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Late closure of canopy, necessitating 4-6 years of expensive weed control by soil cultivation, is the chief drawback of row planting of trees and shrubs plus a small admixture of fruit trees-hitherto the usual method of forming shelterbelts. This method delays the time when the belt becomes...

Yurre, N. A.
Agrobiologija (Agrobiology), 1949, No. 1, pp 85-91

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 ...

Bal'cugov, A. V.; Vihrov, G. A.; Kokarjuk, V. F.
Lesnoe Khozyaistvo, 1966, 19, 9, pp 16-8