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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...

Vincent, G.
Vestnik Ceskoslovenske Akademie Zemedelske, 1948, 22, 3/4, pp 172-7

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....

Igmandy, Z.; Pagony, H.
Erdo, 1965, 14, 1, pp 19-25

Graphs and discusses data from preliminary experiments in Czechoslovakia on growing Populus alba seedlings in a hydroponic medium, using five different substrates. Results are promising, and further experiments with Picea abies are planned. KEYWORDS: Nurseries \ nursery practice \ Nurseries \...

Pospisil, J.
Lesnicka Prace, 1968, 47, 6, pp 266-70

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