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Considers briefly and in general terms the need for increased timber production and the possible role of fast growing species, e.g. especially Poplars, in meeting this need. Reviews the chief climatic zones of the country and the site types where Poplar growing should succeed, making the following...

Author(s)
Vincent, G.
Citation
Vestnik Ceskoslovenske Akademie Zemedelske, 1948, 22, 3/4, pp 172-7
Abstract

Contains 9 articles [all but 2 in Czech]: (1) Classification of Poplars from the botanist's and grower's point of view; improvement of Poplars (V. Spalek); (2) List of the Salix species (V. Spalek); (3) Survey of sites in the Poplar areas of Czechoslovakia (J. Pelisek). (4) Rearing of young plants...

Citation
Lesnicka Knihovna, Mala Rada, 1953, No. 30, pp 143
Abstract

Describes 5-year nursery tests in Czechoslovakia in which perforated polythene bags have been used successfully for raising plants from seed obtained by artificial crossing, emphasizing their advantages over earthenware pots. The bags are either slit open before planting out, or used as planting...

Author(s)
Pospisil, J.
Citation
Sbornik Vysoke Skoly Zemedelske v Brne. Rada C, 1965, 1, pp 1-6
Abstract

Papers presented at an international symposium [cf. F.A. 29 No. 6850]: Long-term planningof choice of species, amelioration and fertilization in the N.E. German plain, with special reference to Scots Pine (M. Schutze); Silvicultural problems in Scots Pine management in Poland (L. Mroczkiewiez);...

Citation
Tagungsbericht, Deutsche Akademie der Landwirtschaftswissenschaften, Berlin, 1965, No. 75, pp 309-433
Abstract

Describes the design and construction of the first portable plastic greenhouse (made of polythene stretched over a tubular duralumin frame) to be tested in Czechoslovakia. Comparative trials were carried out in 1964-65 by raising seedlings in the polythene greenhouse, in an unheated [conventional]...

Author(s)
Pospisil, J.
Citation
Acta Universitatis Agriculturae, Brno, 1967, 36, 3, pp 235-51