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Four papers:
Eriksson, G.; Gullberg, U.; Kang, H. Breeding strategies for short-rotation woody species. 199-216 [17 ref.] Salix.
Stettler, R.F.; Heilman, P.E. Short-rotation poplar culture in the Pacific Northwest: components of a genetic program. 217-232 [36 ref.] Populus trichocarpa, P. deltoides ...

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Eriksson, G. (et al.)
Citation
Rapport, Institutionen för Ekologi och Miljövǻrd, Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet, 1984, No. 15, pp 199-281
Abstract

Attempts to raise poplar plantation were successfully made on partially reclaimed sodic lands of Uttar Pradesh, northern India. Silvicultural practices for poplar plantations on marginal soils beyond their established geographical limits were investigated between 1985 and 1995. The investigations...

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Misra, P. N.; Tewari, S. K.
Citation
Biomass and Bioenergy, 1999, 16, 4, pp 257-262
Abstract

Poplar [Populus] groves are new semi-open biotopes in which wildlife (particularly birds and mammals) thrives. Some aspects of the management of these environments and their intensive silviculture are discussed, based on the results of a recent survey within privately owned plantations and...

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Mertens, P.
Citation
Biomass and Bioenergy, 1999, 16, 4, pp 275-280
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Annual commercial poplar [Populus] wood production in Turkey is about 3.6 million cubic metres, half of which comes from hybrid poplar 'I-214' [P. canadensis]. The poplar plantation areas of Turkey make up 70% of the poplar plantation areas of the Near and Middle Eastern countries, and nearly 5% of ...

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Zoralioglu, T.; Koçar, S.
Citation
Biomass and Bioenergy, 1996, 10, 5/6, pp 261-265
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The Three Treatment Hybrid Poplar biomass experimental plantation was established at Lajta-Hansagi State Farm (Mosonmagyaróvár, Hungary) in 1981. The first treatment applied was fertilizing with 3 doses of NPK fertilizer, with a non-fertilized control. The second treatment was 4 European hybrid...

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Szendrödi, L. B.
Citation
Biomass and Bioenergy, 1996, 10, 5/6, pp 251-259
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Four papers are presented from the 37th Session of the International Poplar Commission's (IPC) Executive Committee and its Working Parties held at Sapanca, Turkey, 1-8 October 1994, specifically to the IPC's Biomass Production Systems Working Party.

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Zsuffa, L.
Citation
Biomass and Bioenergy, 1996, 10, 5/6, pp 243-274
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A brief review of systems for growing woody lignocellulosic materials on short rotation on agricultural land, potential uses of this biomass in relation to characteristics of the material harvested, the role of genetics and silvicultural manipulation in generating new and more appropriate energy...

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Mitchell, C. P.; Sennerby-Forsse, L.; Zsuffa, L.
Citation
Biomass, 1988, 17, 1, pp 21-37
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[Cf. FA 36, 4734] Describes a study in Ontario on the yield and wood quality of 35 Populus X canadensis clones, as two-year-old coppice shoots, in an intensively managed dense plantation. The considerable clonal variation found in all the characteristics suggested that a high potential existed for...

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Anderson, H. W.; Zsuffa, L.
Citation
Forest Research Report, Ministry of Natural Resources, Ontario, 1975, No. 101, pp 35 pp.
Abstract

A set of 4 papers:
Viart, M. Four decades of activity in poplars: a portrait of the International Poplar Commission. 24-26.
Banoun, F. Is growing poplars profitable? Views from France and Greece. 27-28 [1 pl.].
Viart, M. Poplars in China: possibilities and recommendations. 28-30 [1 pl.].
Zsuffa,...

Author(s)
Banoun, F.; Morgan, D.; Viart, M.; Zsuffa, L.
Citation
Unasylva, 1984, 36, 145, pp 23-33
Abstract

A summary under the headings: methodology of breeding; gene-pool resource (in native species, exotics, interspecific hybrids and clonal archives); hybridization; selection (of ortets and clones, including specific selection criteria and problems); and prospect.

Author(s)
Zsuffa, L.
Publisher
Dorschkamp Research Institute for Forestry and Landscape Planning., Wageningen, Netherlands
Citation
International Union of Forestry Research Organizations: Proceedings of the meeting concerning poplars in France and Belgium, 17-22 Sept. 1979., 1979, pp 247-259

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