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Biomass and its allocation were studied in intensive and extensive poplar (Populus simonii × Populus pyrimidalis [Populus nigra var. italica] cv. 'Chifengensis 36' [Populus 'Chifengensis 36']) plantations in [Liaoning Province] China. Relationships between growth factors (height, diameter at breast ...

Author(s)
Zhu ChunQuan; Liu XiaoDong; Zhang Qi; Lei JingPin; Wang ShiJi
Citation
Journal of Northeast Forestry University, 1997, 25, 5, pp 53-56
Abstract

A short account based on a tour in Aug. 1968. The indigenous Poplars are Populus davidiana, P. glandulosa, P. koreana, P. maxinmowiczii and P. simonii with a natural hybrid, P. X tomentiglandulosa (corresponding to the European P. canescens). P. nigra var. italica, P. alba and P. sieboldii have...

Author(s)
Giordano, G.
Citation
Cellulosa e Carta, 1969, 20, 2, pp 51-8
Abstract

Tabulates details of the performance of 28 forms of Poplars obtained from Sverdlovsk, Kamyshin and Tashkent and planted in the Chelyabinsk region on non-saline ground (in 1963) and on weakly saline ground (in 1964). Winter hardiness was not significantly affected by a wet year (1964), a droughty...

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Vibe, G. G.
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Bjulleten' Glavnogo Botanicheskogo Sada, 1968, No. 69, pp 86-8
Abstract

In the N. parts, Populus nigra, P. n. var. italica, P. simonii, P. alba var. pyramidalis, and P. bachofeni grow well. On very stony, light chestnut soil unsuitable for agriculture, these species should be widely grown in clumps and stands as well as in lines. In the S. parts, the light serozems are ...

Author(s)
Samsiev, K. S.; Dolgih, G. D.
Citation
Lesnoe Khozyaistvo, 1962, 15, 8, pp 45-6
Abstract

Summarizes the author's life-long experience and research on Black Poplar hybrids, the main varieties, propagation, growth etc., with special reference to the Harff Poplar, a Populus X regenerata from the Lower Rhine Valley, including a report on site trials on spoil mounds, in windbreaks etc. Part ...

Author(s)
Schmitz Lenders, B.
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My Poplar testament., 1956, pp xii + 188 pp.
Abstract

After a general survey of the use of radioactive isotopes in forest research, gives a detailed account of their use in a study of fertilizer applications to Populus nigra var. italica. KEYWORDS: Fertilizers, application, effects \ Populus nigra var. italica cv. 'Italica' \ Radioactive isotopes use...

Author(s)
Ozdemir, O. L.
Citation
Ormancilik Arastirma Enstitusu Dergisi, 1967, 13, 1, pp 3-18
Abstract

The occurrence of Melampsora larici-populina is reported for the first time in S. Africa, on Populus nigra var. italica throughout the S. and W. Cape and on other Poplars in Natal and the Transvaal. So far the damage is not serious. KEYWORDS: fungal diseases \ Melampsora larici populina \ Populus \ ...

Citation
Report. For. Res. Inst. Dep. For. S. Afr. 1967-68, 1967, pp 27
Abstract

Presents data on the growth and development of young 1-, 2- and 3-row plantings of Populus nigra var. italica, P. X marilandica, P. X robusta, and P. X serotina along canal and river banks etc., and urges that further research is needed to explain the discrepancy between the success on sites of...

Author(s)
Kohan, S.
Citation
Les, Bratislava, 1966, 22, 2, pp 60-4
Abstract

Reports tests on shelterbelt establishment in dry, non-irrigated soils. Spring and autumn fallows (ploughed to 35, 45 and 55 cm.) were planted in April 1964 with 2 + 0 seedlings of 7 species: (1) Elaeagnus angustifolia, (2) Ulmus laevis, (3) Acer negundo, (4) Ulmuss pumila var. arborea, (5) Populus ...

Author(s)
Bal'cugov, A. V.; Vihrov, G. A.; Kokarjuk, V. F.
Citation
Lesnoe Khozyaistvo, 1966, 19, 9, pp 16-8
Abstract

Discusses, on the basis of Belgian and Dutch literature, effects on microclimate and yield, including the use of shelterbelts in areas with little or only moderate wind, and the choice of species for growth, habit, foliage, root development, hardiness, etc., Lombardy Poplar and Alnus incana being...

Author(s)
Spoiden, G.
Citation
Fruit Belge, 1964, 32, 275, pp 203-12

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