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Tabulates data on Poplar nurseries in W. Germany and Poplars raised in them in the years 1950/51-1969/70. From the early '50s, when 130 nurseries had a stocking of ca. 2.5 million one-year and the same number of older plants, there was a steady decline to ca. 20-25 nurseries selling only 3 thousand ...

Author(s)
Scheffler, M. L.
Citation
Holzzucht, Die, 1970, 24, 4, pp 43-4
Abstract

Reports on experience in the Stade district, a low-lying, marshy, coastal region, with a number of hybrid Black Poplar varieties, including a promising new cultivar, 'Hubertus', and, briefly, with Balsam Poplars and tree Willows. Topics discussed include: soil cultivation and fertilizing; planting...

Author(s)
Jaeger, K.
Citation
Fost- u. Holzw., 1971, 26, 3, pp 4558
Abstract

The study follows the same lines as that for stand plantings [cf. F.A. 30 No. 4501]. Costs, growth, and profitability are discussed for plantings of Poplars in rows along the boundaries of pastured meadows (i.e. not along roads and watercourses), assuming rows 100 m. long containing 20 trees each....

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Populier, 1971, 8, 1, pp 3-21
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Outlines a plan for 3 central stoolbed plantations (one for each of 3 growth regions) to provide certified material to Poplar nurseries in 16 districts. KEYWORDS: Nurseries \ nursery practice \ Planting stock certification \ standards \ Populus \ silviculture \ poplars \ Populus \ hybrids \...

Author(s)
Papp, L.
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Erdo, 1970, 19, 1, pp 26-33
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Describes the successful establishment of Poplar plantations on these soils in the lower parts of Ferrara and Rovigo provinces during the last 10 years, and discusses silvicultural, financial and marketing measures essential to their economic success.KEYWORDS: Afforestation sandy \ soil \ Planting...

Author(s)
Bani, A.
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Monti e Boschi, 1970, 21, 6, pp 21-32
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Describes trials at several places covering: depth of ploughing (23-28 or 41 cm.); spacing; species, hybrids, clones, etc. ; and type of planting stock (cuttings, and 1-, 2- or 3-year rooted cuttings). Populus trichocarpa and the hybrids 'Berezina 3B' and 'Petrovskij' all grew rapidly even on sites ...

Author(s)
Erusalimskij, V. I.
Citation
Lesnoe Khozyaistvo, 1969, No. 1, pp 57-9
Abstract

Recommends the direct planting of large setts (2-year poles from coppiced stumps), the use of wire [VOL. 31 netting to protect the bark from cattle (scouring to roughen the bark has also had some success, but plastic mesh and a 'synthetic skunk' repellent have proved unsatisfactory), and, to ensure ...

Author(s)
Barr, N.
Citation
New Zealand Farmer, 1969, 90, 6, pp 47
Abstract

A review covering: rooting capacity of different species and clones; methods of propagation (stem and root cuttings, layers, suckers and grafts); factors that affect rooting and methods that stimulate it; types of planting stock; factors that influence successful establishment (age of planting...

Author(s)
Sekawin, M.
Citation
Papers. 2nd FAO/IUFRO World Consult. For. Tree Breed., Washington, 1969, No. FO-FTB-69-11/5, pp 23
Abstract

Points out that Poplar growing in S. Africa is based on single clone of Populus deltoides, and recommends the introduction of new clones, hybrids and provenances for local trials. Economic aspects of type and age of planting stock, spacing, thinning, pruning and rotations are also discussed [cf....

Author(s)
Laar, A. van
Citation
Bosb. Suid-Afr., 1967, No. 8, pp 43-52
Abstract

Discusses their use in the German Democratic Republic and lists, with their registration numbers and the dates from which they are effective, 8 standards covering seed and plant material (e.g. for Poplars, Willows, other species, wildings), 5 standards covering practice etc., and 10 awaiting...

Author(s)
Eisenreich, H.; Bahler, E. L.
Citation
Sozialistische Forstwirtschaft, 1963, 13, 8, pp 232-4

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