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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

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

Describes the possibilities for Poplar growing in the Krilovsky Chlmec district. Climatically the area is well suited, but on the heavy loam soil and alluvium (low in minerals and without CaCO3), intensive soil preparation and cultivation are required. Stands planted before 1948 are generally too...

Author(s)
Kohan, S.
Citation
Lesnicky Casopis, 1959, 5, 2, pp 105-42
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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...

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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

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
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

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

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