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Background and Aims: Abandoned lands are increasingly used to establish fast-growing tree plantations, and are often rapidly colonized by a high density of herbaceous undergrowth. These weeds are generally removed since they compete with trees for resources, in particular soil nutrients. However,...

Author(s)
Chomel, M.; Guittonny-Larchevêque, M.; DesRochers, A.; Baldy, V.
Publisher
Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands
Citation
Plant and Soil, 2016, 398, 1/2, pp 229-241
Abstract

Reports on trials in the mild Neckar region (54 plots) and the colder Schwabische Alb (6). The commercial and experimental varieties included Black PopularXBalsam Poplar hybrids, and also seedlings, including artificial crosses, of the section Leuce, all 7 to 12 years old. No significant...

Author(s)
Sebald, O.
Citation
Mitteilungen des Vereins fur Forstliche Standortskartierung, 1959, No. 8, pp 3-34
Abstract

In this mountainous region, an experimental area of Black Poplars was established in 1951 at 300 m. alt. Details are given of soil conditions and of the method of planting. After casualties, 7 foreign species with several clones were available for examination. Measurements taken from 1953 to 1955...

Author(s)
Pokorny, J.
Citation
Prace Vyzkumneho Ustavu Lesniho CSR, 1957, No. 12, pp 113-27
Abstract

A well illustrated handbook in 7 sections. (1) Botanical description. (2) Climatic and soil conditions, including analysis of 3 soil profiles (pp. 48-9) for stands of P. alba, P. marilandica and hybrid Poplar, and (p. 50) a table of salient soil requirements for several species; also the plant...

Citation
Mezogazdasagi Kiado, 1953, pp 159
Abstract

Compares the advantages of different intensities of soil cultivation in Poplar plantations at Opocno and Breclav dating from 1953: (1) cultivation restricted to patches round the trees; (2) incomplete cultivation of the whole area (grass and weeds left at the borders of the plot); and (3) complete...

Author(s)
Mottl, J.
Citation
Commun. Inst. For. Csl., 1967, 5, pp 73-86
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....

Citation
Populier, 1971, 8, 1, pp 3-21
Abstract

A special number consisting of 15 papers on various aspects of Poplar cultivation in Bulgaria, including: The present position and development of Poplar growing in Bulgaria (D. T. Dobrev); Research results in Poplar growing (B. J. Zahariev); Poplar plantations on some torrent-damage sites in the E. ...

Citation
Gorsko Stopanstvo, 1968, 24, 9, pp 1-80
Abstract

Concludes that intensive methods are particularly suitable for sandy soils where patterns of fertility vary very widely; recommends wide spacings (6 X 1 m.), mechanical cultivation, and deep planting to ensure that the roots can draw on the ground water. KEYWORDS: Accelerated cultivation \ fast...

Author(s)
Miklos, S.
Citation
Topola, Beograd, 1966, 10, 57/58, pp 9-18
Abstract

cf. F.A. 28 No. 1161.] Analyses the financing of plantations (a) by direct subsidies, (b) by loans from the Fonds Forestier National, and (c) by leasing the land to public or semi-public bodies (e.g. Syndicats Agricoles). KEYWORDS: forest economics \ forestry \ Financing afforestation \ Management...

Author(s)
Delcampe, H.
Citation
Foret Privee Francaise, 1966, No. 51; 52, pp 37..46; 35..41

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