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Author(s)
Rotach, P.
Publisher
International Plant Genetic Resources Institute (IPGRI), Rome, Italy
Citation
Populus nigra network. Report of the seventh (25-27 October 2001, Osijek, Croatia) and eighth (22-24 May 2003, Treppein, Germany) meetings., 2004, pp 73-74
Abstract

The biological control of stump sprouting in American bird cherry (Prunus serotina) and poplar (Populus euramericana [P. canadensis]) by applying a mycelium suspension of Chondrostereum purpureum is outlined. This fungus is being commercially deployed as a mycoherbicide under the brand name BioChon ...

Author(s)
Jong, M. D. de
Citation
Mycologist, 2000, 14, 2, pp 58-62
Abstract

A general survey of the development of poplar growing and poplar research in N. Germany since 1945. Although the genus Populus has served as a model for forest tree breeding research, it is suggested that practical application of research results must be intensified. The market position of solid...

Author(s)
Lange, O.
Citation
Holzzucht, 1987, 41, 1-2, pp 7-11
Abstract

A note on the relative performance, by 1969, of 27 hybrid Black Poplar clones and 1 Populus alba clone planted on three sites between 1952 and 1964 (852 plants in all) as to height and diameter growth and stem form, with brief discussion of changes in ranking since an earlier evaluation and of...

Author(s)
Leibundgut, H.; Brassel, P.
Citation
Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen, 1971, 122, 4, pp 185-8
Abstract

A study of 21 clones planted in 1950 in shelterbelts on a good Poplar site, a drained bog at 450 m.alt. Assessments in 1954, 1955, 1957 and 1966 included height, d.b.h., merchantable volume, stem form, stem quality, bark thickness, survival, and susceptibility to epicormic branching, breakage,...

Author(s)
Schmid, R.
Citation
Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen, 1970, 121, 2, pp 117-33
Abstract

B.a. measurements on hybrid Black Poplar clones planted as 1 + 1 rooted cuttings near the river Strymon, N.E. Greece, at 3X3-m. spacing indicated that superiority, as indicated by performance of 1 + 2 rooted cuttings [cf. F.A. 19 No. 113] was maintained at age 11; Populus 'I-214' was slightly in...

Author(s)
Georgopoulos, A.; Tsitsonis[Tsitsones], K.
Citation
Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen, 1967, 118, 12, pp 792-805
Abstract

Briefly discusses the effects of river training, and experience with various species during the last 100 years, and describes a conversion programme for the Breisach municipal forest of 800 ha, based on a site classification by moisture classes. It aims partly at wood production (e.g. from Poplars, ...

Author(s)
Kollner, E.
Citation
Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen, 1971, 122, 6, pp 277-84
Abstract

KEYWORDS: Choice \ variety trials \ hybrids \ Populus \ hybrids \ commercial hybrids \ experiments, statistical design \ artificial regeneration \ Silviculture \ Austria \ Populus \ silviculture \ poplars \ Belgium \ Populus \ silviculture \ poplars \ France \ Populus \ silviculture \ poplars \ UK...

Citation
12th Session stand. exec. Committee International Poplar Committee, Brussels 1956, 1956, Nos. FAO/CIP7-A to -H, pp 3 pp. each
Abstract

Switzerland; Spain; Italy; Austria; Greece; Turkey; Morocco; Jugoslavia; Germany; France; Lebanon; Syria; United Kingdom; Argentina; and Sweden. KEYWORDS: research \ organization \ research \ Silviculture \ Argentina \ Populus \ silviculture \ poplars \ Argentina research \ Austria Poplar research...

Citation
Docum. ] Int. Poplar Comm., 1958, Nos. FAO/CIP/93 B-L & O; Nos FAO/CIP/93, pp 4 + 7; 7; 22; 2; 4; 7; 6; 12; 13; 10; 2
Abstract

Cites examples from Rumanian trials [varieties not stated] to show that under certain conditions [cf. EA. 17 No. 1574] Poplars do respond in height and diameter growth to early thinning and that plantations with close initial spacing, first thinned at 4-5 years and again every 2 or 3 years, exceed...

Author(s)
Constantinescu, N.
Citation
Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen, 1958, 109, 3, pp 187-93

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