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Recent small-scale experiments indicate that autumn planting (November 21) gives more vigourous growth than spring (March 10). Results of one year are tabulated. KEYWORDS: Planting season \ Populus x 'canadensis' P. x euramericana planting season \ artificial regeneration \ Silviculture

Author(s)
Soules, B.
Citation
Dasika hronika, 1960, 2, 20/21, pp 885-9
Abstract

The history of its introduction into N. Greece in 1927, its successful propagation, and the later development of systematic planting in Macedonia. KEYWORDS: Choice \ species \ variety trials \ hybrids \ Populus X 'canadensis' P. X eurarnericana aggr. \ plantations \ in Greece \ Regeneration \...

Author(s)
Stephanou, A.
Citation
Dasika hronika, 1963, 5, 11/12, pp 478-87
Abstract

As part of work on the production of new strains better suited to conditions in Greece and less susceptible to disease than the clones hitherto introduced, experimental crossings were made of P. nigra. var. pubescens with P. deltoides (missouriensis) and with the clones P. '262' and P. '07/5'....

Author(s)
Panetsos, C. P [kP.
Citation
Publications. Forest Research Institute, Ministry of Agriculture, Athens, 1967, No. 18, pp 44 pp.
Abstract

Begun in 1935 on the earthworks thrown up along the flood-plain of the Strymon, these have become the pride of the forest service and an increasingly important source of revenue. A recent enumeration provides data on age classes (1-12 in 2-year classes, and 19-20 years) and the total number of...

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Dasika hronika, 1960, 2, 22/23, pp 1012-4
Abstract

Tabulates the number of trees (P. X canadensis, P. nigra and P. alba), extent of plantations, and standing volume in the Drama and Komotine districts and estimates the annual production of Poplar wood in the next decade at 120, 000-150, 000 cu. m. Measures necessary to advance Poplar cultivation...

Author(s)
Soulis, B.
Citation
Dasika hronika, 1961, 3, 10, pp 390-3
Abstract

In 1955 in N.E. Greece two trial plots, each divided into 4 subplots of 2 stremmas, were planted (a) with trees only, at 5 x 6 m. ; (b) as (a), with maize; (c) with maize only; (d) with trees only, at 2.6 x 3 m. Tabulated data show that maize yields in (b) fell from >400 okes in 1955 to 20-30 in...

Author(s)
Soules, B.
Citation
Dasika hronika, 1963, 5, 4/5, pp 180-4
Abstract

Lists, with brief notes, the Poplar clones and hybrids under trial in Greece and recommends certain Eucalyptus spp. for introduction in specified areas. As regards conifers, the 5 species established in 1954 at the experimental stations for fast-growing conifers at Drama and Perithorion (in Kata...

Author(s)
Soudis, B.
Citation
Dasika hronika, 1959, 1, 13/14, pp 599-603
Abstract

A study of 361 trees and 287 stumps of a hybrid Black Poplar, presumed to be cv. 'Marilandica' or possibly 'Regenerata', planted in rows or strips on 7 sites along river embankments. Over 90% of the stems were ellipsoidal, oval, 'double T-beam', or cycloidal in cross-section, 85% had a lean, and...

Author(s)
Moulopoulos, C.; Tsoumis, G.
Citation
Epistemonike Epeteris, Geoponike kai Dasologike Schole, Aristoteleion Panepistemion Thessalonikes, Thessalonike, 1959, No. 5, pp 197-237
Abstract

Includes an account of the striking early development of imported clones (Italian and French) of hybrid Black Poplars in various Greek nurseries and sites; data on survival, height growth and insect susceptibility are tabulated. The Greek climate favours a long growing season. [Cf. For. Abstr 14...

Author(s)
Georgopoulos, A.
Citation
Dasos, 1953, 7, 23/24, pp 6-32

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