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Describes this periclinal chimaera, obtained by grafting Populus bachofeni on P. nigra var. italica and subsequently decapitating the graft at the point of union. The chimaera is constant, fast growing, morphologically intermediate between the parents, and undemanding as to environmental...

Author(s)
Petrov, S. A.; Rjazanceva, P. A.
Citation
Auyl saruasylyk Gylymyn. Habarsysy (Rec. agric. Sci.), 1968,
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Briefly discusses the biological and economic possibilities of short coppice rotations of Birch, Willow, Alder and, in central and southern Sweden, hybrid Poplars and Aspen, to improve the supply of pulping material. One advantage of using abandoned agricultural land for such plantations would be...

Author(s)
Siren, G.
Citation
Skogen, 1974, 61, 5, pp 182-183
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(1a) Describes breeding trials in the provenance collection at Bruhl, comprising plants derived from cuttings of ca. 600 trees. The morphological and phenological evidence collected suggests that virtually all mature hybrid Black Poplars of commercial importance in Germany belong to one of 14...

Author(s)
Muller, R.
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Holzzentralblatt, 1957, 83, 45; 73/74, pp 611-3; 939-43
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cf. F.A. 20 Nos. 196-7.] Further instalments, as follows: (h) The 'grandis' Poplar (includes clones distributed as 'carrieriana', 'carrieri' (from England), 'wislizenii' and 'regenerata'). (i) The 'gelrica' Poplar. (k) The 'Leipzig' Poplar. (1) The Bavarian 'Flachslanden' Poplar, considered highly...

Author(s)
Muller, R.
Citation
Holzzentralblatt, 1958, 84; 85, 105; 124; 128; 50; 62, pp 1333-4; 1577-8; 1635-6; 663-4; 822-3
Abstract

Contributions to the discussion of this topic on the agenda of the Congress include papers by P. C. de Villiers et al. on S. African conifer plantations (where the term "orchard silviculture" was first used satirically), A. D. McKinnon on Pinus radiata in New Zealand, in which "orchard ...

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Proceedings 5th World For. Congr., Seattle 1960, Vol. 1, 1962, Sect. 1, pp 389-413, 454-7, 479-82
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The papers presented on this subject were: Isebrands, J. G.; Promnitz, L. C.; Dawson, D. H. Leaf area development in short rotation intensive cultured Populus plots. [24 ref.] Crist, J. B.; Dawson, D. H.; Nelson, J. A. Wood and bark quality of juvenile jack pine [Pinus banksiana] and eastern larch...

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TAPPI Conference Papers. Forest Biology, Wood Chemistry Conference at Concourse Hotel, Madison, Wis., June 20-22, 1977., 1977, pp 36 pp.
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The 93 papers in the proceedings are in 6 volumes. Volumes I and II include invited papers, volumes III and IV voluntary papers, volume V communications and special papers, and volume VI papers received after the printing deadline. Most papers are in Spanish or English with a summary in both...

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Buenos Aires, Argentina
Citation
Simposio sobre silvicultura y mejoramiento genetico de especies forestales. Buenos Aires, Argentina, 6 al 10 de Abril de 1987., 1987, pp 234 + 236 + 236 + 258 + 172 + 79 pp.
Abstract

An account of experience since 1945 in Lower Saxony, d.iscussing site, choice of species (Populus X "Grandis", P. X marilandica, P. X gelrica, P. X "Dromling", and P. X "Forndorf" are perfectly suited to the conditions), propagation, handling of planting stock, planting technique, fertilizing,...

Author(s)
Ulrich.
Citation
Forst- und Holzwirt, 1962, 17, 2, pp 30-3
Abstract

Maple and Ash seed maturity: Experiments with various dates of collection of seed of Fraxinus pennsylvanica (a) and Acer negundo (b) indicated that neither should be harvested in August and that storage conditions between harvesting and sowing (in mid-October) had little influence on viability....

Author(s)
Cram, W. H.
Publisher
Forest Nursery Station, Indian Head, Sask., Canada
Citation
1957 Report on breeding and nursery research., 1958, pp 6 pp.
Abstract

[See preceding abstracts] Further descriptions, illustrated with colour photographs, are given of timber species of major importance and 50 of minor importance; a short section, illustrated with colour photographs, describes the plantation silviculture of conifers, Eucalyptus spp., and poplars and...

Publisher
Celulosa Argentina S.A., Buenos Aires, Argentina
Citation
Libro del arbol. [Tomo 3.] Essencias forestales no autoctonas cultivadas en la Argentina de aplicacion ornamental y/o industrial., 1977, pp 174 pp.

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