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Introduced into the arboretum in 1928, P. maximowiczii has proved completely resistant to frost, and has suffered no injury even in the most severe winters. Several hybrids of P. maximowiczii (viz. 'Geneva', 'Oxford', 'Androscoggin', 'Rochester', 194, 275, 277, 280) now growing at Kornik are also...

Bugala, W.; Stecki, Z.
Arboretum Kornickie, Poznan, 1961, 6, pp 93-116

In trials with [unrooted?] cuttings, and rooted plants, either cut back to root collar or not cut back, of (1) Populus carrieriana, (2) P. maximowiczii x P. berolinensis, (3) P. x 'Manitobensis', and (4) P. x regenerata, cut-back plants gave the best height growth in all varieties save (4)....

Krolikowski, L.; Strzelec, Z.
Roczniki gleboznawcze, 1961, 10, Suppl., pp 722-3