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Areas of Belgium occupied by Populus x euramericana [P. x canadensis aggr.] plantations are classified according to the Braun-Blanquet phytosociological system. The best plantations are found in elm/ash associations in middle Belgium, and have few disease problems. In non-acid alder regions, with...

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Evrard, R.
Citation
Annales de Gembloux, 1981, 87, 1, pp 33-38
Abstract

The management directives considered relate to the 142 communal forests that are subject to control by the Tarbes-Ouest Management Centre of the ONF. Broadly speaking they fall into two groups: directives applicable to forests assigned to growing oak (Quercus robur s.s.) and directives applicable...

Author(s)
Guibert, D.
Citation
Bulletin Technique, Office National des Forets, France, 1974, No. 6, pp 19-42
Abstract

A phenological study of the principal species in Lithuanian forests. Two types of Picea abies are distinguished: a widespread 'late form' that begins growth ca. 25 May, and a less common 'early' type that starts growth ca. 18 May and has a growing season ca. 10 days longer than the 'late' type. In...

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Kairiukstis, L.
Citation
Translations. Dep. For. Can., 1968, 7, 207, pp 48 pp.
Abstract

Contains the following articles dealing with "accelerated cultivation" of fast-growing species in Italy [cf. F.A. 22 No. 1828]: Accelerated cultivation of woody species in the agri-silvicultural economy (G. Piccarolo); The present and future situation of production and consumption of wood in Italy...

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Monti e Boschi, 1962, 13, 11/12, pp 485-650
Abstract

The Spruce forests of northern U.S.S.R. are mainly riparian and valley forests, and are much less damaged by fire than are the Pine forests on the higher adjacent ground, owing chiefly to a late spring thaw, higher atmospheric humidity, spring flooding, and the presence of fire-resistant herbaceous ...

Author(s)
Melekhov, I. S.
Citation
Botanicheskii Zhurnal, 1944, 29, pp 131-5
Abstract

The following observations were made on the wood-destroying fungi encountered in the course of the writer's ecological studies of the forests of north-western Yunnan and south-eastern Sikang (East Tibetan Plateau) in relation to silvicultural procedure. The Yunnan Pine (Pinus yunnanensis) suffers...

Author(s)
Teng, S. C.
Citation
Sinesia, 1940, 10, 5-6, pp 363-395

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