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The papers are grouped in three parts: (I)-Genetic improvement of Eastern Cottonwood (R. E. Farmer, Jr. and C. A. Mohn; 56 ref.); Site and planting requirements for artificial regeneration of Cottonwood (W. W. Dannenberg); The necessity for intensive cultural treatment in Cottonwood plantations (M. ...

Publisher
Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, USA
Citation
Silviculture and management of Southern hardwoods. 19th annual forestry symposium., 1970, pp xxii + 145 pp.
Abstract

An account of intensive Poplar growing since 1959 on 10- to 15-year rotations in Jugoslavia with agricultural crops, covering the best species, varieties and clones, yields, site preparation, fertilizing, planting-stock production, spacing, tending, pruning, and protection. Maize has proved better...

Author(s)
Bura, D.
Citation
Sumarski List, 1962, 86, 9/10, pp 297-316
Abstract

In experiments in Jugoslavia in 1960-65, intercropping in plantations 1-3 years old has given high yields of soya, especially when soils were irrigated. Soya also has a favourable effect on the growth of the Poplars. KEYWORDS: Intercropping \ Populus \ hybrids \ commercial hybrids \ interplanting \ ...

Author(s)
Bura, D.
Citation
Topola, Beograd, 1966, 10, 57/58, pp 28-31