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Studies were made in 1954-59 in S. Slovakia on the snow regime as affected by shelterbelts, mainly 5- to 7-row belts of Populus X canadensis ca. 10-12 m. high. Results indicated that the snow layer on protected fields was deeper (65.7% on average) and lasted longer (30%) than on unprotected fields. ...

Author(s)
Fekete, S.
Citation
Sborn. Csl. Akad. Zemed. Ved (Rost. Vyroba), 1961, 7, 3/4, pp 607-24
Abstract

The shelterbelts, mainly hybrid Black Poplar, 5-7 rows wide, were planted in S. Slovakia in 1950; in the period under consideration they caused an increase of 10% in yields/ha. of maize and sugar beet. KEYWORDS: Populus X'canadensis' P.Xeuramericana shelterbelts \ Pruning \ Shelterbelts \...

Author(s)
Fekete, S.
Citation
Sbornik Ceskoslovenske Akademie Zemedelskych Ved. Rada C. Rostlinna Vyroba, 1962, 8, 11/12, pp 1453-76
Abstract

A review chiefly of the effect of spacing on the growth of several Poplars on various site classes in Slovakia, and a comparison of these trials with some in Hungary. The results indicate the importance of good soil preparation, wide spacing, and timely thinning. KEYWORDS: Plantations spacing \...

Author(s)
Krebes, G.; Orgon, J.
Citation
Lesnicky Casopis, 1964, 10, 7, pp 679-94
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