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Discusses the possibilities of fast growth of Poplars in different plant communities of the grasslands of Bohemia and Moravia. Alnetum glutinosae and Franguleto-Alnetum do not as a rule, present favourable conditions. in Saliceto-Populetum, the optimum proportion of Poplars can vary from 0.1 to...

Author(s)
Samek, V.
Citation
Lesnicka Prace, 1954, 33, 6, pp 249-53
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

Presents data on the growth and development of young 1-, 2- and 3-row plantings of Populus nigra var. italica, P. X marilandica, P. X robusta, and P. X serotina along canal and river banks etc., and urges that further research is needed to explain the discrepancy between the success on sites of...

Author(s)
Kohan, S.
Citation
Les, Bratislava, 1966, 22, 2, pp 60-4
Abstract

Gives detailed data in tables and graphs on soil types and growth characteristics for a wide range of clones in plantations established in 1953-62 on 21 greatly differing sites. [Cf. F.A. 30 No. 491. KEYWORDS: Clones trials \ Populus \ silviculture \ poplars \ Populus \ hybrids increment \ yield \...

Author(s)
Mottl, J.; Mraz, K.; Polnar, M.
Citation
Prace Vyzkumneho Ustavu Lesniho Hospodarstvi a Myslivosti, 1968, No. 36, pp 119-48
Abstract

Four- to 12-yr rotations in stands in the Danube and Tisa lowlands, Slovakia, are evaluated.

Author(s)
Kohán, Š.
Citation
Vědecké Práce Výskumného Ústavu Lesného Hospodárstva vo Zvolene, 1991, No. 40, pp 239-249