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Five selected papers are presented from the conference. Topics discussed include partial cutting as an analogue to stem exclusion and dieback in trembling aspen, natural canopy disturbances in mixed forests in Quebec, light availability in relation to gap mosaics in Japanese cedar plantations,...

Author(s)
Harvey, B. D.; Landhäusser, S. M.
Publisher
National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
Citation
Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2007, 37, 9, pp iv-vi + 1525-1571
Abstract

This special issue of Bulletin Trimestriel - Centre de Populiculture du Hainaut presents an account of the origin and history, administration, activities, members, publications, excursions, symposia, services offered, projects, field studies (including populeta, species and provenance trials) and...

Publisher
Centre de Populiculture du Hainaut, ATH, Belgium
Citation
Bulletin Trimestriel - Centre de Populiculture du Hainaut, 2009, No.N. Special, pp 5-38, 40-44
Abstract

This special issue contains 11 papers on the cell and molecular biology, physiology and biochemistry, ecology, genetics, mycology and plant-microbe interactions, and structure and development of poplars in Canada. The papers are entitled: (1) Trees of the people: the growing science of poplars in...

Publisher
National Research Council of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
Citation
Canadian Journal of Botany, 2007, 85, 12, pp vii + 1103-1232
Abstract

Among controlling factors, the forester's most Potent influence is through manipulation of stem number. close- and open-stocking regimes of PopulusXmarilandica are compared in detail. of thinnings are growing stands. regulation of stem objects of management are advocated. KEYWORDS: Entomology \...

Author(s)
Palotas, F.
Citation
Erdo, 1963, 12, 4, pp 150-5 + smries.
Abstract

cf. FA 30 No. 5498.] Presents the texts (many abridged) of 17 papers delivered by Rumanian nationals at a conference held in Bucharest from 27 Sept. to 2 Oct. 1971, on 'growing Poplars and Willows on sites liable to flooding', under the titles: Characteristics of Poplars and Willows in Rumanian ...

Citation
Revista Padurilor, 1971, 86, 9, pp 451-92 + smries
Abstract

The periodical is to appear 3-4 times a year and to deal with the cultivation, sale and use of Poplars and Willows. Vol. 1, No. 1, for May 1964, contains 14 pages and 5 or 6 main articles. Citation in F.A. : Populier, Wageningen. KEYWORDS: Forestry periodicals \ Populus \ silviculture \ poplars \...

Publisher
Nationale Populieren Commissie, Wageningen,
Citation
Populier: tijdschrift voor teelt en afzet van populier en wilg., 1964, 1, 1,
Abstract

Uses the data from 3 plots to show that only wide planting, not less than 12 X 12 m., of the P. X marilandica initially mixed with P., multiply. robusta can produce higher yields, and then only to a limited extent. Closer planting results in such suppression by P. X robusta that, even with its...

Author(s)
Szodfridt, I.
Citation
Erdo, 1963, 12, 3, pp 116-24 + smries.
Abstract

cf. F.A. 24 No. 3651]. Gives 2 years' data on soil conditions and plant growth (illustrations including a root diagram) from the author's application of this method to Populus X regenerata, P.X gelrica, P.X marilandica, P. cv. 'l-214' and P. X robusta, on sandy soils with the water table at 2-6 m....

Author(s)
Simon, M.
Citation
Erdo, 1963, 12, 3, pp 130-8 + smries.
Abstract

Harff Poplars [Populus X canadensis cv. 'Regenerata Deutschland'] planted in 1951 in a seven-row shelterbelt just inside a dyke near Emden, grew very well on the fertile polder soil, despite residual salinity and strong sea winds. A tendency to forking is attributed to broken leaders, due partly to ...

Author(s)
Baumann, D. O.
Citation
Holzzucht, Die, 1960, 14, 5/6 (suppl.), pp 446 pp.
Abstract

Reports 14 papers covering the importance of hardwoods for pulp; their distribution and availability in N. America; genetical improvement; growth mechanisms, morphology of fibres; interfibre bonds in the hot stock pressure refining for neutral sulphite semi-chemical (NSSC) pulp of Betula spp. ;...

Citation
Pulp and Paper in Canada, 1958, 59, 10, pp 173.287

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