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An experiment was set up at three sites in the UK representing a range of soil types and annual rainfall. Three poplar clones, Populus trichocarpa × P. deltoides [P. interamericana] 'Beaupré', Populus trichocarpa × P. deltoides 'Boelare' and Populus trichocarpa 'Trichobel' [P. balsamifera], were...

Author(s)
Armstrong, A.; Johns, C.; Tubby, I.
Citation
Biomass and Bioenergy, 1999, 17, 4, pp 305-314
Abstract

In 1993, various doses of waste water sludge (180, 360 or 720 t/ha dry matter) were applied to the surface or incorporated into the peat of exploited high-moor peatlands used for short rotation forestry with deciduous species in Lithuania. The remaining peat layer was 0.5-1.0 m deep. Application of ...

Author(s)
Gradeckas, A.; Kubertavičienė, L.; Gradeckas, A.
Citation
Miškininkystė, 1998, No. 1 (41), pp 17-25
Abstract

The principles and practices of weed management in short-rotation woody and perennial crops grown for biofuel production are reviewed. Control during establishment is identified as the key to success and, as few herbicides are currently registered for this purpose, the important role of cultural...

Author(s)
Buhler, D. D.; Netzer, D. A.; Riemenschneider, D. E.; Hartzler, R. G.
Citation
Biomass and Bioenergy, 1998, 14, 4, pp 385-394
Abstract

Technologies are readily available for growing hybrid poplars (Populus spp.) and willows (Salix spp.) in block plantings as short rotation woody crops (SRWC) for fuel and fibre production. This paper discusses the incorporation of SRWC species and technologies into agroforestry systems in the USA....

Author(s)
Kuhn, G. A.; Rietveld, W. J.
Publisher
National Agroforestry Center, USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Station/USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, East Campus-UNL, Lincoln, USA
Citation
Agroforestry Notes, 1998, No. 10, pp 4 pp.
Abstract

Brief guidelines are given on the use of hybrid poplar [Populus] cuttings in agroforestry systems in the USA, particularly for application in short rotation woody crop (SRWC) plantings.

Author(s)
Kuhn, G. A.; Rietveld, W. J.; Riemenschneider, D. E.
Publisher
National Agroforestry Center, USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Station/USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, East Campus-UNL, Lincoln, USA
Citation
Agroforestry Notes, 1998, No. 11, pp 2 pp.
Abstract

A wide variety of hybrid poplar clones are being introduced for intensive culture biomass production, but the potential clonal or genotypic response to increasing tropospheric carbon dioxide (CO2), ozone (O3), and their interactions are unknown. To study these effects, five different hybrid Populus ...

Author(s)
Dickson, R. E.; Coleman, M. D.; Riemenschneider, D. E.; Isebrands, J. G.; Hogan, G. D.; Karnosky, D. F.
Citation
Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 1998, 28, 11, pp 1706-1716
Abstract

The management of forest resources in the Pacific Northwest (USA) has changed greatly since the first harvests of large-diameter old-growth trees to the more recent harvests of younger, small diameter trees grown in plantations managed for rapid growth and wood production. This change continues...

Author(s)
Marshall, D. D.; DeBell, D. S.
Publisher
Pacific Northwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service, Portland, USA
Citation
General Technical Report - Pacific Northwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service, 2002, No.PNW-GTR-563, pp 145-149
Abstract

A revised edition of a bulletin originally published in 1990. A system of short rotation intensive silviculture is described for the production of wood and fibre from hybrid poplar (mainly Populus trichocarpa × P. deltoides [P. interamericana]) in the Pacific Northwest. Sections describe the...

Author(s)
Heilman, P. E.; Stettler, R. F.; Hanley, D. P.; Carkner, R. W.
Publisher
Washington State University Cooperative Extension, Pullman, USA
Citation
Pacific Northwest Cooperative Extension Publication, 1995, No. PNW356 (revised), pp iv + 42 pp.
Abstract

During 1987-95, poplar (Populus) hybrids grown at different densities and soil fertilization levels were analysed for yield and economic benefits. Populus × liaoningensis, P. deltoides and P. euramericana [P. canadensis] were recommended for the papermaking (pulpwood production) plantations in...

Author(s)
Yang ZhiYan; Bie WanLi; Wang ShengDong; Liang HonGen; Hou YuJie; Zhang XingFen
Citation
Journal of Beijing Forestry University, 1997, 19, 3, pp 93-96
Abstract

After a brief historical introduction on black poplar [Populus nigra var. betulifolia] and hybrid poplar, the situation in the UK is discussed. Aspects covered are: growing poplar for timber, the existing and new markets for timber, the future financial incentives for woodland planting, and...

Author(s)
Snell, H.
Citation
Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England, 1997, 158, pp 195-202

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