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An account is given of the present status of, and scope for, growing poplars [Populus] in shelterbelts and plantations in Portugal. Particular attention is paid to the use of poplar for establishing short-rotation plantations on abandoned agricultural land, and to possible conflicts between...

Author(s)
Cordeiro, N. R.; Louro, V.
Citation
DGF Informação, 1992, 3, 12, pp 27-31
Abstract

KEYWORDS: Populus \ silviculture \ poplars

Author(s)
Mendes, J. Lagrifa
Citation
Estud. Inform. Serv. Flor. Aquic. Portugal, 1962, No. 171-G 2, pp 25 pp.
Abstract

The soil characteristics of the river banks and the timing of the rains in Angola have proved unsuitable for the growth of Poplars. Trials will continue, however, with the most promising species, Populus deltoides. KEYWORDS: nurseries \ forest nurseries \ Populus \ silviculture \ poplars \ Populus...

Author(s)
Silva, M. Lopes da
Citation
Comunicacao as VI Jornadas Silvo-Agronomicas, Nova Lisboa., 1965, pp iv + 8 pp.
Abstract

Discusses, on the basis of a study of the soils, possibilities for Poplar growing in this area. [Cf. F.A. 23 No. 3630. KEYWORDS: Irrigated \ plantations \ Populus \ hybrids \ commercial hybrids \ plantations \ on irrigated land \ Silviculture

Author(s)
Toulson, L.
Publisher
Direccao Geral dos Servicos Florestais e Aquicolas, Lisbon,
Citation
A exploracao do choupo como freatofita no perimetro de rega do aproveitamento hidroagricola do Rio Mira., 1963, pp 9 pp.
Abstract

Presents information on the nursery soils and methods and costs of raising plants, and gives figures for height and diam. growth of 8 cultivars of Populus X 'canadensis' and of P. deltoides cv. "Missouriensis". KEYWORDS: nurseries \ forest nurseries \ nurseries \ forest nurseries \ costs \ Populus...

Author(s)
Peres, A. de Brito
Citation
Estud. Inform. Serv. Flor. Aquic. Portugal, 1962, No. 172-A3, pp 23
Abstract

Gives the results of a preliminary study of the development of 10 different clones, mainly hybrid Black Poplars, in the nursery over the first 6 months. Height and diameter measurements of 50 individuals are presented, along with climatic data. The plants were watered weekly. KEYWORDS: Clones...

Author(s)
Lara, L. F. de S.
Citation
Estud. Inform. Serv. Flor. Aquic. Portugal, 1959, No. 108-A3, pp 5
Abstract

Describes the existing stands and shelterbelts in the Mira area of mixed irrigated agriculture (near the Atlantic coast in the extreme south of Portugal), and discusses the prospects for the development of the shelterbelt system. The species used for the belts are Pinus pinaster, Poplars,...

Author(s)
Mendes, F. L.
Citation
Publicacoes, Direccao Geral dos Servicos Florestais e Aquicolas, 1962, 29/32, pp 119-207 + 3 fig.
Abstract

Poplar is now one of the most widely planted and useful trees in Sao Paulo and the southern states of Brazil. Data are given on the growth in Brazil of three introduced Poplars: the hybrids A.M. and A. No. 7, and the variety laurifolia. The hybrid A.M. (Populus nigra 'var. stela' X P. canadensis)...

Author(s)
Teixeira, E. F.
Citation
Brasil madeireiro, 1946, 2, 14, pp 9-10
Abstract

Portuguese forests have deteriorated owing to excessive fellings, and the encroachment of agriculture during the industrial revolutions of the late 18th and early 20th centuries. The author considers that the remedy lies in better races of trees, particularly of Populus and Pinus, and proposes...

Author(s)
Guerreiro, M. G.
Citation
Agros, Lisboa, 1944, 27, 3/6, pp 150-7
Abstract

A review, based on world literature, of work in the selective breeding of Poplars, with some cytological observations on 13 Populus species and varieties grown in Portugal. P. balsamifera was found to be triploid (n=57), all the others being diploid (n = 38). A close correlation was observed...

Author(s)
Gurreiro, M. Gomes
Citation
Publ. Serv. Flor. Aquic. Portugal, 1944, 11, 1/2, pp 53-117

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