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cf. FA 32 No. 6700.] Summarizes the results of a study by the Poplar Economics working group of the National Poplar Commission of the Netherlands on the financial results of Poplar line plantings along the borders of agricultural land, especially grassland. (Roadside plantations are not considered...

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Nederlandsch Boschbouwtijdschrift, 1971, 43, 9, pp 201-6
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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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cf. F.A. 26 No. 5114.] Describes work carried out in the central part of the semi-arid Pampas extending from Urdampilleta, Paso and Ibarra (sub-humid) to the typically semi-arid areas of La Maruja, Carro Quemado and General Acha. Planting stock was mainly setts 4-6 m. long of Populus X 'canadensis' ...

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Prego, A. J.; et al
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Idia, 1965, Suppl. No. 16, pp 75-92
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The province of Kansu can be divided into five main vegetational regions. (1) The steppe and desert of Hosi, mainly grazing country, where only xerophytes really thrive. Indigenous species could be planted here to fix shifting sand and reclaim alkaline areas. (2) The Spruce forest of Kilienshan,...

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Teng, S. C.
Citation
Botanical Bulletin of Academia Sinica, Taipei, 1947, 1, 3, pp 187-200
Abstract

The Prairie States Forestry Project was in operation from 1934 to 1943. During that period, nearly 19, 000 miles of shelterbelts were planted on about 33, 000 farms. A survey of the plantings, made in 1944, covered 1, 079 belts or a random sample of 3.6 per cent. of all belts planted. The project...

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Munns, E. N.; Stoeckeler, J. H.
Citation
Journal of Forestry, 1946, 44, 4, pp 237-57

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