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Extensive frost damage to forest trees in Bohemia and Moravia in the winter of 1939-A is analysed by species. Its severity is attributed chiefly to the physiological condition of the trees, which had been kept in growth by a wet autumn and in many instances had shoots that were still sappy and...

Author(s)
Zabka, J.
Citation
Zpravy Vyzkumneho ustavu lesn. CSR, 1948, No. 2, pp 181-95
Abstract

Reviews the present state of coppice forests in Slovakia and the need for their conversion to high forest, discusses the conversion methods so far used, and makes recommendations on the technique of conversion for a number of different types of stand, viz. (1) Quercus robur (s.l.), Q. cerris'...

Author(s)
Sigotsky, F.; Bezacinsky, H.; Krebes, G.; Broz, J.
Citation
Pol'ana, 1952, 8, 9, pp 174-83
Abstract

A reference manual for Czechoslovakian conditions, with chapters on: taxonomy (brief descriptions of the sections of the genus, followed by descriptions of the species, varieties and hybrids in alphabetical order); choice of species (general notes, followed by notes on the silvicultural characters...

Author(s)
Vincent, G.; Spalek, V.
Citation
Lesnicka Knihovna, Mala Rada, 1954, 35, pp 209
Abstract

Distinguishes four types of stand according to the water-table. Height and d.b.h. of mean stems of Ash, Oak, Poplar (4 spp.), Alder, and Elm (2 spp.) were determined and compared. Many conclusions were drawn on the silviculture and management of these forests, especially on increment on various...

Author(s)
Mezera, A.
Citation
Sbornik Vedeckych Praci Fakulty Lesnicke, Ceske Vysoke Uceni Technicke, Praha, 1958, No. 1, pp 45-76
Abstract

cf. F.A. 22 No. 4740.] Covers the reaction of different Poplar hosts, and silvicultural and chemical control. From laboratory and field trials, spraying with Bordeaux mixture or Kuprikol in autumn or spring is recommended, taking care to spray shoots from both sides. Cuttings can also be protected...

Author(s)
Leontovyc, R.
Citation
Vedecke Prace Vyskum. Ust. Lesn. Hosp., Bansk. Stiav., 1962, No. 3, pp 199-238
Abstract

Includes: The contribution of science and scientific research to raising increment in Czechoslovakian forests (M. Vyskot); Studies of soil potential in raising increment (J. Pelisek); Possibilities of raising tree species, particularly Poplars (J. Mottl); The role of cultivation techniques in...

Citation
Sbornik Ceskoslovenske Akademie Zemedelskych Ved. Rada D. Lesnictvi, 1962, 8, 1/2, pp 132
Abstract

From investigations on Populus X marilandica, P. X robusta, Fraxinus angustifolia, Quercus robur and Juglans nigra in pure and mixed stands in Czechoslovakia, the author presents data on depth, spread, and relative vertical and horizontal distribution of roots and rootlets of trees and herbs....

Author(s)
Sika, A.; Mraz, K.
Citation
Prace Vyzkumneho Ustavu Lesniho CSR, 1964, No. 28, pp 81-137
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

Attention has been called to damage to P. alba in Czechoslovakia, caused by a species of Phellinus as yet unidentified. This fungus occurs also in Hungary, particularly on dry sites. The injury resembles that of Xanthochrous obliquus f. cavernatus (= X. nidus-pici), a pathogen of Quercus cerris....

Author(s)
Igmandy, Z.; Pagony, H.
Citation
Erdo, 1965, 14, 1, pp 19-25

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