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Since 1959, with bombykol, the use of sexual pheromones had a continuous spread worldwide. In Italy, the use started at the beginning of 1970s, first with monitoring traps, then with mass trapping and finally, more recently, with mating disruption and false trail following. Pest monitoring by...

Author(s)
Schiaparelli, A.
Publisher
Il Sole 24 Ore Edagricole Srl, Bologna, Italy
Citation
Informatore Fitopatologico, 2007, 57, 12, pp 37-56
Abstract

The EU has been financing a project to develop technologies for the conversion of biomass into electrical energy. The Italian part of the project uses 8 tonnes of dry woody material per hour to produce 12 MW of electrical energy. ISMA is carrying out research to identify appropriate machinery for...

Author(s)
Pari, L.; Fedrizzi, M.; Iapichino, G.
Citation
Macchine e Motori Agricoli, 1996, 54, 7/8, pp 64-72
Abstract

A rapid exodus of population from the rural areas of Italy after World War II led industry to develop mechanical methods of cultivation, with a consequent increase in production and reduction in costs; poplar growing benefited from this development. SAF, a company within the ENCC (Italian Pulp and...

Author(s)
Vidali, E.
Citation
Cellulosa e Carta, 1981, 32, 7/8, pp 3-18
Abstract

In trials near Rome and Perugia with coppice stands of this Poplar managed (for production of wood chips) on rotations of 3-5 years, m.a.i. during the second rotation (6.7-7.1 m3/ha) was more than or equal to 50% greater than that during the first rotation. The trials will be continued so as to...

Author(s)
Giordano, E.
Citation
Cellulosa e Carta, 1974, 25, 9, pp 5-9
Abstract

Discusses data (tabulated) from a further study of the Poplar plantations (clone 'I-214') at the farm in Lombardy previously investigated [cf. F.A. 24 No. 4946], and concludes that, with present Italian cultivation techniques, the maximum income is obtainable from stands at moderate spacings...

Author(s)
Prevosto, M.
Citation
Cellulosa e Carta, 1967, 18, 2, pp 27-42
Abstract

A short account of the Corporation's work on developing the use of Poplars and Eucalypts for farm windbreaks, and of Eucalypts and fast-growing conifers (especially Pinus radiata) for commercial plantations. KEYWORDS: Eucalyptus \ hybrids \ commercial hybrids \ plantations \ in Sardinia \...

Author(s)
Ponticelli, P.
Citation
Cellulosa e Carta, 1968, 19, 9, pp 54-9
Abstract

Reviews the decline in Poplar-growing in Italy, attributable mainly to lower market prices for the wood and to loss of increment through attack by Marssonina brunnea; discusses the technique of Poplar cultivation along roads, canals, river banks etc. with reference to the yields recently obtained...

Author(s)
Tronco, G.
Citation
Italia Agricola, 1967, 104, 2, pp 185-200
Abstract

A comprehensive monograph compiled by a team of experts of the Executive Committee of the International Poplar Commission under the Chairmanship of P. Guinier, and the editorship of R. G. Fontaine and R. J. Pourtet, as follows: Classification, identification and distribution of Poplar types,...

Citation
F.A.O. Forestry and Forest Product Studies, 1958, No.12, pp x + 511
Abstract

Andresen, J.W. Urban forestry research systems. [26 ref.]Dimitri, L. [Possibilities of influencing air quality and exchange of air between forests and urban development areas by silvicultural measures.] Waldbauliche Einflussmoglichkeiten auf die Luftqualitat und auf den Luftaustausch zwischen Wald...

Publisher
IUFRO., As, Norway
Citation
Proceedings, Division I (Forest environment and silviculture), XVI IUFRO World Congress, Oslo, Norway, June 20-July 2, 1976., 1976, pp 312-488
Abstract

Briefly reviews Forestry Commission experiments which indicate that hybrid Black Poplars planted in holes made by explosive cartridges grow more vigorously (for the first 4 years at least) than those in normal hand-dug pits. Also discusses the use of very deep or very large planting pits and of...

Author(s)
Jobling, J.
Citation
Quarterly Journal of Forestry, 1961, 55, 4, pp 287-92

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