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Gives data on the height and diameter of 1-year and 8-year Populus X 'canadensis', P. nigra var. italica and P. tacamahaca in the Ili valley (Alma-Ata region) on saline soils. P. tacamahaca has not done well; the other two species are thriving. KEYWORDS: Choice \ species \ Clones trials \ Exotics \ ...

Author(s)
Matveev, P. N.
Citation
Lesnoe Khozyaistvo, 1960, 12, 9, pp 42-4
Abstract

Reports on two seasons of replicated trials comprising: (a) Populus X euroamericana cv. 'I. 154', 2-year plants and 5-6 m. X 2-4 cm. setts; (b) Populus nigra var. italica, 1-year transplants, 2 m. X 1-2 cm. ; and (c) Ulmus pumila var. arborea, 1 + 1 transplants, 1 m. The dunes lie 10 km. S.E. of...

Author(s)
Prego, A. J.; Rial Alberti, F.; Prohaska, F. J.
Citation
Idia, 1964, No. 12 Suppl., pp 73-82
Abstract

Reports tests on shelterbelt establishment in dry, non-irrigated soils. Spring and autumn fallows (ploughed to 35, 45 and 55 cm.) were planted in April 1964 with 2 + 0 seedlings of 7 species: (1) Elaeagnus angustifolia, (2) Ulmus laevis, (3) Acer negundo, (4) Ulmuss pumila var. arborea, (5) Populus ...

Author(s)
Bal'cugov, A. V.; Vihrov, G. A.; Kokarjuk, V. F.
Citation
Lesnoe Khozyaistvo, 1966, 19, 9, pp 16-8
Abstract

Distinguishes, by the morphological characters of coppice shoots, overwintering buds, and leaf-form at the end of the growing season (illustrated), the following species of the group Aigeiros introduced into Bulgaria: Populus deltoides, P. nigra, P. nigra var. italica, P. tacamahaca, P. candicans,...

Author(s)
Stefanov, B.; Cikova, E.
Citation
Izvestiya na Instituta za Gorata, 1957, 2, pp 383-396
Abstract

Describes specimens found in Warsaw and environs. They are of two types: (1) with a narrow pyramidal crown reaching the base of the stem, and (2) with a much broader, more open crown which begins at a certain height above ground level. The latter might be of hybrid origin. KEYWORDS: biosystematics...

Author(s)
Kobendza, R.
Citation
Rocznik Sekcji Dendrologicznej Polskiego Towarzystwa Botaniczego, 1955, 10, pp 191-207
Abstract

Contains 18 papers, mainly by E. German scientists, on various aspects of tree nutrition, including foliar and soil analyses, presented at a dies academicus at Tharandt in 1963; most of the papers, or the studies reported, have already been noticed in F.A. KEYWORDS: Commonwealth Forestry...

Citation
Tagungsberichte, Deutsche Akademie der Landwirtschaftswissenschaften zu Berlin, 1964, No. 66, pp 247
Abstract

In the province of Rio Negro, Poplars are planted mainly for protection along irrigation canals, but occasionally also as forest stands. Even in the latter, however, the same spacing and arrangement are followed as along the canals, i.e. double rows 1 m. apart on both sides of a 'canal' (an...

Author(s)
Cozzo, D.
Citation
Revista forestal Argentina, 1959, 3, 3, pp 88-100
Abstract

Includes growth data for J. regia in a 4-year-old shelterbelt on the Beltsy steppe, with alternate pure rows, at 2.5 m. spacing, of J. regia (sown direct in nests of 3 seed-spots, the nests spaced 3 m. apart) and Lombardy Poplar [spacing not given]. Very brief notes are also made on some other...

Author(s)
Tymko, M. M.
Citation
Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Akademii sel'sko-khozyaistvennykh Nauk im V. I. Lenina, 1956, 21, 9, pp 32-5
Abstract

When cuttings from the stem of a Lombardy Poplar were suspended in a dark damp chamber for 5-6 days, the root primordia emerged normally. Exposure to continuous light, however, completely inhibited them. Exposure to light for 1% of the time, on a short, repeating, 6-minute cycle also resulted in...

Author(s)
Shapiro, S.
Citation
Plant Physiology, 1955, 30, Suppl., pp vii-ix
Abstract

Describes the planting of Lombardy Poplar poles 9-10 ft. long and 2-3 in. in diameter. After 3-4 years, when trees were firmly established, wires were stapled directly on to them to make a stock-proof fence. KEYWORDS: Fences use \ live posts \ Populus nigra var. italica \ Posts live \ Shelterbelts...

Author(s)
Pearse, H. C. H.
Publisher
New Zealand Department of Agriculture, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
New Zealand Journal of Agriculture, 1962, 104, 2, pp 123, 125

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