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The occurrence of Melampsora larici-populina is reported for the first time in S. Africa, on Populus nigra var. italica throughout the S. and W. Cape and on other Poplars in Natal and the Transvaal. So far the damage is not serious. KEYWORDS: fungal diseases \ Melampsora larici populina \ Populus \ ...

Citation
Report. For. Res. Inst. Dep. For. S. Afr. 1967-68, 1967, pp 27
Abstract

Preliminary results of trials of 15 Poplar clones in the Dun Valley, Dehra Dun. It is concluded that conditions are very favourable to Poplar growth. By far the most successful clone was Populus "Casale 488", with "Casale 30" close behind. Moderately good were "Heidemij I.J. 116", "Robusta A E", P. ...

Author(s)
Dalal, S. S.; Patnaik, N.; Singh, B.
Citation
Indian Forester, 1962, 88, 8, pp 552-9
Abstract

Describes the planting of Lombardy Poplar poles 9-10 ft. long and 2-3 in. in diameter. After 3-4 years, when trees were firmly established, wires were stapled directly on to them to make a stock-proof fence. KEYWORDS: Fences use \ live posts \ Populus nigra var. italica \ Posts live \ Shelterbelts...

Author(s)
Pearse, H. C. H.
Publisher
New Zealand Department of Agriculture, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
New Zealand Journal of Agriculture, 1962, 104, 2, pp 123, 125
Abstract

This variety was introduced into New Zealand from S. Africa in 1948. Its semi-evergreen habit makes it an excellent tree for shelter purposes, and cuttings grew 8-10 ft. in one year vs. 6 ft. for the common Lombardy Poplar. It has so far been given no special botanical name. KEYWORDS: Choice \...

Author(s)
Kraayenoord, C. WS van
Citation
Farm Forestry, 1959, 1, 4, pp 88-9
Abstract

A mixed firebreak of Sycamore Maple (Acer pseudoplatanus] and Lombardy Poplar was planted ca. 2 chains N. of a Pinus radiata stand (30 years old) in North Island. A heavy volunteer growth of Sycamore Maple, ranging in height from 6 in. to 6 ft. 6 in., was found as far from the margin as 70 yd. into ...

Citation
Newsletter. New Zealand Forestry Service, 1958, 8, 6, pp 2
Abstract

An illustrated review of production methods in the only British firm still making block- and spoke-type pulley wheels from wood; Beech and Sycamore Maple for the former, Beech, Lombardy Poplar and Willow for the latter. KEYWORDS: Acer pseudoplatanus pulley wheels \ Populus nigra var. italica P.n....

Author(s)
Anderson, A. J.
Citation
Mekhanicheskaya obrabotka drevesiny, 1958, 15, 6, pp 322-4
Abstract

When cuttings from the stem of a Lombardy Poplar were suspended in a dark damp chamber for 5-6 days, the root primordia emerged normally. Exposure to continuous light, however, completely inhibited them. Exposure to light for 1% of the time, on a short, repeating, 6-minute cycle also resulted in...

Author(s)
Shapiro, S.
Citation
Plant Physiology, 1955, 30, Suppl., pp vii-ix

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