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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)....

Author(s)
Krolikowski, L.; Strzelec, Z.
Citation
Roczniki gleboznawcze, 1961, 10, Suppl., pp 722-3
Abstract

Of the 50 clones used on 2 sites (data on parentage and growth tabulated), 7 can be recommended for planting in a similar climate on soils of low pH in W. Virginia. All are hybrids of P. maximowiczii, and maintained an annual height increment of _3.6 ft. for 9 years on a well drained site. The...

Author(s)
Eschner, A. R.
Citation
Forest Research Notes. Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, 1960, No. 111, pp 4
Abstract

Includes growth data for plantation-grown crops on 4 sites at 30 years, showing m.a.i.'s from 4.2 to 8.7 cu.m./ha. Underplanting with Abies sp. after thinning (B or C grade) or a mixture with Alder are recommended. Cuttings (20-50 cm. long) planted on weeded land give a 90-95% stocking with 1st and ...

Author(s)
Matsui, Z.
Citation
Research Bulletin of the College Experimental Forests, College of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, 1955, 17, 2, pp 665-714