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Discusses E. German experience, extending over 10 years, on live firebreaks in Pine plantations and other Poplar plantings on sites (good, medium or rather poor Pine sites) not normally considered suitable. Chief conclusions were: In general, tending, but not site quality, influenced early growth,...

Author(s)
Hubener, E.; Joachim, H. F.
Citation
Sozialistische Forstwirtschaft, 1968, 18, 10, pp 312-4
Abstract

A detailed review of the tasks awaiting Poplar research. Subjects covered are taxonomy, site factors, yield, wood technology (chemistry and physics), injuries, silviculture, uses, effect on environment, and breeding. KEYWORDS: biosystematics \ taxonomy \ Populus \ hybrids \ commercial hybrids \...

Author(s)
Joachim, H. F.
Citation
Arch. Forstw., 1954, 3, 5/6, pp 487-502
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Pot and nursery trials on different soils indicated that heavy soils, particularly a sandy clay with a fluctuating water regime, were unsuitable, and that results in terms of speed of flushing, rooting, growth, and survival were better when the topmost bud was left uncovered than when it was...

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Joachim, H. F.; Zoffel, G.
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Sozialistische Forstwirtschaft, 1965, 15, 3, pp 87-8
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A report on a study, discussing natural and cultivated species and varieties, propagation (including irrigated nurseries for White Poplar), grafting of Grey Poplars on White Poplar stocks, Poplar sites, silvicultural treatment, yields, diseases, utilization, research, etc. KEYWORDS: Populus alba...

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Joachim, H. F.
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Holzzentralblatt, 1958, 84, 131, pp 1674-7
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Covers distribution of native Poplars and cultivars, propagation, sites, management, utilization, injuries, research, particularly breeding etc. with a description of the use of Poplars and other species in extensive shelterbelt plantings. KEYWORDS: Populus \ hybrids \ commercial hybrids \...

Author(s)
Joachim, H. F.
Citation
Forst- und Jagdzeitung, 1957, No. Spec., pp 59-68
Abstract

In pot tests with Populus X robusta, cuttings with visible buds developed earlier and frequently better shoots, and a better root system than those without (taken from the lower part of the stool shoot, where lateral shoots-removed in making the cuttings had developed from the buds), though the...

Author(s)
Joachim, H. F.
Citation
Forst- und Jagdzeitung, 1960, 10, pp 57-61
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Reports on studies made in 1955-57 in Mecklen. burg, Brandenburg and Saxony; 2831 trees along 22 km. of row or avenue were measured. P. X robusta (1136 stems), P. X serotina (710), P. X marilandica (407), P. X berolinensis (212) and the 'Spreewaldpappel' (148) [cf. F.A. 16 No. 2727] were the chief...

Author(s)
Joachim, H. F.
Citation
Arch. Forstw., 1960, 9, 3, pp 201-58
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A review with a bibliography of the chief publications of the last 10 years, classified by main subjects. [Cf. F.A. 19 No. 1768. KEYWORDS: Populus \ hybrids \ commercial hybrids \ bibliography \ Populus \ hybrids \ commercial hybrids \ plantations \ in Germany \ Populus \ hybrids \ commercial...

Author(s)
Joachim, H. F.
Citation
Forst u. Jogd, 1957, No. Spec., pp 48-58
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Describes a machine equipped with a rotary knife for cutting Poplar shoots into suitable lengths, developed at the Poplar nurseries of Rosenburg, E. Germany. The cut is smoother than a scissor cut, resulting in a conservation of moisture in the cutting. In a dry spring successful takes were 80-90%...

Author(s)
Koring; Joachim, H. F.
Citation
Forst- und Jagdzeitung, 1954, 4, 12, pp 446-8
Abstract

A discussion of the section Tacamahaca, concentrating on Populus trichocarpa (a) and P. candicans (b) on the basis of the literature and the author's own observations, covering original habitats, distribution in Europe and particularly E. Germany, phenology, morphology, and biotic and abiotic...

Author(s)
Joachim, H. F.
Citation
Wissenschaftliche Abhandlungen, Deutsche Akademie der Landwirtschaftswissenschaften, Berlin, 1957, No. 27, pp 35-73

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