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A review. Topics discussed include: silvicultural and harvesting techniques; intensive silviculture of Populus balsamifera, P. trichocarpa and hybrids; operational economics; consequences for agriculture; and wood utilization (for fuel, pulping, panels, etc.). The need is stressed for detailed...

Author(s)
Weisgerber, H.
Citation
Allgemeine Forstzeitung, 1985, 96, 11, pp 286-289
Abstract

An evaluation of intensive poplar silviculture trials at 14 sites in W. Germany, based on 6-yr results extrapolated over a 15-yr total rotation (with coppicing at intervals of ≤5 yr). In part 1, an analysis is made of timber yields, and costs of site preparation, planting stock, planting, tending...

Author(s)
Busch, H. P.; Kreysa, J.
Citation
Holz-Zentralblatt, 1985, 111, 151; 152, pp 2211-2212; 2225-2226
Abstract

A stochastic simulation model ('MONTE') for the establishment of short-rotation energy plantations (of poplar in W. Germany) is described. The model is designed to indicate whether proposed projects will meet the economic requirements of fuelwood producers (based on min. price obtainable) and...

Author(s)
Kreysa, J.
Citation
Forstarchiv, 1984, 55, 4, pp 143-146
Abstract

Fast-growing trees (in particular poplars and willows) are discussed in relation to wood properties (including suitability for use in paper/pulp/particleboard manufacture), and costs/revenues of plantations. Total costs (including establishment, tending, protection, and harvesting), assuming 3...

Author(s)
Dimitri, L.
Citation
Forstarchiv, 1981, 52, 5, pp 174-179
Abstract

Results are presented of model calculations for beech stands from natural regeneration interplanted with P. trichocarpa, assuming a beech rotation of 140 yr and (a) one or (b) two 60-yr poplar rotations with fellings at beech stand ages 70 (a), or 70 and 130 (b) yr, and beech stocking of 80% (a),...

Author(s)
Weisgerber, H.
Citation
Holzzucht, 1979, 33, 1/2, pp 1-6