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This study was conducted at the Punjab Forestry Research Institute in Faisalabad, Pakistan, to investigate the variation in root biomass and lateral expansion, along the north-south direction, of the root systems of 3 fast growing tree species: Eucalyptus camaldulensis, Bombax ceiba and Populus...

Author(s)
Omer, R. M.; Nighat Chughtai; Faisal, C. M.; Aqeela Mobeen; Waqar Ahmed; Shaheena Ramzan; Zahid Ali
Publisher
University of Agriculture, Department of Livestock Management, Faisalabad, Pakistan
Citation
Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 2004, 41, 3/4, pp 131-133
Abstract

This study was conducted during 1989-2000 at the Chichawatni irrigated plantation in Pakistan to determine the appropriate indigenous and exotic tree species for planting on farmlands. The indigenous tree species studied include Dalbergia sissoo, Bombax ceiba, Melia azedarach and Albizia procera,...

Author(s)
Omer, R. M.; Faisal, C. M.; Waqar Ahmed; Rashid, C. A.; Abdul Rahim; Zahid Ali
Publisher
University of Agriculture, Department of Livestock Management, Faisalabad, Pakistan
Citation
Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 2004, 41, 1/2, pp 58-61
Abstract

A comprehensive account in 10 chapters: 1, a general description of the ecology, climate, soils, vegetation, population and agriculture of Pakistan, and a brief discussion of the place of poplars and willows in land use; 2, an account of indigenous and introduced poplars and their breeding, insect...

Author(s)
Sheikh, M. I.
Publisher
Pakistan Forest Institute, Peshawar, Pakistan
Citation
Poplars and willows in Pakistan., 1985, pp v + 97 pp. + 16 pl.
Abstract

One-yr-old plants of Populus 'I-214' were planted at 7 different spacings (1.8×1.8, 2.4×2.4, 3.0×3.0, 3.7×3.7, 4.3×4.3, 4.9×4.9 and 5.5×5.5 m) on irrigated land at Changa Manga [SE of Lahore] in Feb. 1976. Failures were restocked in Feb. 1977. Soil cultivation (hoeing in the closer spacings, and by ...

Author(s)
Sheikh, M. I.; Raza-ul-Haq
Citation
Pakistan Journal of Forestry, 1984, 34, 1, pp 19-23
Abstract

Author(s)
Khan, M. I. R.; Khanzada, S. K.
Publisher
Buenos Aires., Argentina
Citation
Proceedings of the Seventh World Forestry Congress, Centro Cultural General San Martin, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 4-18 October 1972, Vol. II.: World Forestry Congress: First technical commission : silviculture. 1. The silvicultural implications of the changing demands upon forests and forestry. 2. Improving the yield of fast-growing man-made forests., 1978, pp 1649-1656
Abstract

A report, with detailed recommendations, dealing mainly with the planting of Poplars and Eucalypts in irrigated plantations. Information is also given on other species, canal- and road-side plantations, and the possibilities of improvement of riverain broadleaved forests, coniferous forests, and...

Author(s)
May, S.
Citation
F.A.O. Report, 1971, No. TA 3012, pp 80 pp.
Abstract

The irrigated plantations of the Punjab have been managed under the 2-storeyed high forest system, with an understorey of shisham (Dalbergia sissoo) and mulberry (Morus alba) and an overstorey of D. sissoo; those of Sind are still in the formative stage, with babul (Acacia arabica) as the principal ...

Author(s)
Khattack, G. M.
Citation
Pakistan Journal of Forestry, 1976, 26, 4, pp 231-241
Abstract

Describes and illustrates the flowers, fruiting and phenology of P. euphratica, and nursery techniques. Direct sowings in riverain forests can be successfully achieved by attaching capsule-bearing shoots to brushwood stakes over a moist soil. Seeds ripen and germinate from the end of Aug. to the...

Author(s)
Qadri, S. M. A.
Citation
Pakistan Journal of Forestry, 1969, 19, 2, pp 175-84
Abstract

Brief notes on trials of a number of hybrids in various localities in W. Pakistan. The most promising appear to be 'I 154' and 'I 262'. KEYWORDS: Choice \ species \ Populus \ silviculture \ poplars \ Populus 'I 154' \ Populus 'I 262' \ Regeneration \ artificial regeneration \ Silviculture \...

Author(s)
Sheikh, M. I.
Citation
Pakistan Journal of Forestry, 1964, 14, 2, pp 104-9
Abstract

Ramdial, B.S. Application of multiple-use techniques to justify protection of a mangrove swamp forest in Trinidad. 142-143. Chandrasekharan, C. Multiple-use forestry: problems and projects in Asia and the Pacific. p. 144. Chaudhry, M.A.; Silim, S. Agro-silviculture in Uganda: a case study for...

Author(s)
Zube, E.; Krebill, R. (Moderators)
Citation
General Technical Report, USDA Forest Service, Washington, DC, 1980, No. WO-25, pp 140-154

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