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A study on 22 plots totalling 38.6 ba. of Populus X serotina or P. X robusta, with mean initial densities of (a) 2500, (b) 1500, and (c) 650 stems/ha., over 30 years (5-35). The (c) plots showed greatest total increment, then (b); (a) plots were relatively poor. Up to 25 years, (b) produced greater ...

Author(s)
Trifnovic, D.
Citation
Sumarstvo, 1961, 14, 11/12, pp 465-84
Abstract

Reviews the results of research (mainly in England, France, and Italy) during the past 10 years on the application of fertilizers to Poplars in the nursery and in the field. KEYWORDS: fertilizers \ forest nurseries \ nurseries \ nurseries \ forest nurseries \ Populus \ hybrids \ commercial hybrids...

Author(s)
Morani, V.
Citation
Cellulosa e Carta, 1961, 12, 10, pp 8-12
Abstract

In making practical assessments of the suitability of a site for a given exotic, three different approaches appear to be necessary. For intensively cultivated plantation (e.g. Poplars) only climatic limits need be considered, since other requirements, e.g. water, nutrients, can be met by...

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Hofmann, H.
Citation
Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen, 1960, 111, 7, pp 348-61
Abstract

Describes the two local varieties [Populus alba vars. nivea and peronea], which are much more resistant to insect damage than the hybrid Black Poplars, and give a satisfactory yield (mean annual yield ca. 20-25 cu.m./ha.). Mixed stands of this Poplar and Alnus glutinosa are recommended. KEYWORDS:...

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Gambi, G.
Citation
Monti e Boschi, 1958, 9, 12, pp 659-665