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Covers distribution of native Poplars and cultivars, propagation, sites, management, utilization, injuries, research, particularly breeding etc. with a description of the use of Poplars and other species in extensive shelterbelt plantings. KEYWORDS: Populus \ hybrids \ commercial hybrids \...

Author(s)
Joachim, H. F.
Citation
Forst- und Jagdzeitung, 1957, No. Spec., pp 59-68
Abstract

In an attempt to put Poplar growing in Czechoslovakia on a sound commercial and silvicultural footing, the authors distinguished 6 groups of Populus euramericana cultivars for future planting, viz. 'Monilifera' (4 cvs.), 'Serotina' (12 cvs.), 'Marilandica' (3 cvs.), 'Regenerata' (6 cvs.), 'Gelrica' ...

Author(s)
Spalek, V.; Mottl, J.
Citation
Sbornik Ceskoslovenske Akademie Zemedelskych Ved. Rada D. Lesnictvi, 1960, 6, 10, pp 819-34
Abstract

A comparative assessment of seventeen cultivars at 5-7 years old in 7 Poplar trial areas established in 1958-60, representing different soil and climatic conditions throughout Czechoslovakia. So far, P. 'I-214' has done best on all sites except one. A final assessment is planned at 15-20 years....

Author(s)
Motti, J.; Polnar, M.
Citation
Prace Vyzkum. Ust. Lesn. Hosp. Mysl., Zbraslav-Strandy, 1968, 35, pp 111-41
Abstract

Assesses the performance and condition of stands aged 6-26 years, mostly on heavy loam soils and alluvium, taking into account the conditions prevailing in stands as distinct from those in line plantations (e.g. root and crown competition), and giving comparative data for, in particular, P....

Author(s)
Kohan, S.
Citation
Lesnicky Casopis, 1969, 15, 3, pp 193-210