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Gives details of morphometric studies on the 8 most valuable Slovenian parent trees (all males) of the section. The studies embraced crown and stem form, leaves and leaf buds, stem bark, catkins, and xylem vessel dimensions. From the statistically evaluated data, identification diagrams are...

Author(s)
Bozic, J.
Citation
Zbornik Instituta za Gozdno in Lesno Gospodarstvo Slovenije, Bioteh. Fak., 1967, No. 5, pp 51-87
Abstract

A short, illustrated, general account, based mainly on German literature [cf. F.A. 19 No. 4122. KEYWORDS: nurseries \ forest nurseries \ Ploughing \ Populus canescens \ vegetative propagation \ artificial regeneration \ Silviculture

Author(s)
Jenko, V.
Citation
Gozdarski Vestnik, 1958, 16, 2/3, pp 51-6
Abstract

Detailed description of soil profiles of natural Poplar sites in Slovenia, on the alluvia along the rivers Sava, Drava and Mura; these soils may or may not have capillary connexion with the water table, and two different soil profiles are described for each of these two main types. The physical and ...

Author(s)
Pavser, M.
Citation
Gozdarski Vestnik, 1957, 15, 2/3, pp 71-81
Abstract

A general account of Poplar growing in Slovenia, with description of silvicultural methods to be adopted for hybrid Black Poplars (Populus 'canadensis'). KEYWORDS: Populus 'canadensis' euramericana \ Yugoslavia

Author(s)
Beltram, V.
Citation
Gozdarski Vestnik, 1953, 11, 5, pp 129-32
Abstract

This is one of the most characteristic forest types of Jugoslavia; its main species is Quercus robur. Even to-day, Oaks of 250-300 years, and 150 cm. d.b.h., can be found. One of the forest areas along the Sava, which comprised in 1820 as much as 127, 000 ha. of Oak forest, had 14% fellings by area ...

Author(s)
Beltram, V.
Citation
Gozdarski Vestnik, 1950, 8, 6/7, pp 183-96