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In May 2010, alley cropping systems consisting of switchgrass (Panicum virgatum L.), prairie cordgrass (Spartina pectinata Bosc ex Link), an alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) and intermediate wheatgrass (Thinopyrum intermedium [Host] Barkworth and Dewey) mixture, and a native tallgrass-forb-legume...

Gamble, J. D.; Johnson, G.; Sheaffer, C. C.; Current, D. A.; Wyse, D. L.
Springer, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Agroforestry Systems, 2014, 88, 1, pp 75-85

In 24 shelterbelts planted in the early 1920's and examined after 13, 25 and 38 years, it was found that hardwoods had survived better than conifers after 13 years but, once established, conifers survived equally. American Elm, Red Pine and Scots Pine showed relatively improved survival % in...

Scholten, H.
Minnesota Forestry Notes, 1963, No. 128, pp 2

Canker caused by Septoria musiva is an important and destructive disease of hybrid Poplars with Black, Balsam, and Cottonwood parentage, in the U.S.A. it has also been reported in Canada and Argentina. The fungus causes leaf spots on native Poplars, but these species are resistant to stem...

Waterman, A. M.
Circular. United States Department of Agriculture, 1954, No. 947, pp 24

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