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Abstract

Gives data on the height and diameter of 1-year and 8-year Populus X 'canadensis', P. nigra var. italica and P. tacamahaca in the Ili valley (Alma-Ata region) on saline soils. P. tacamahaca has not done well; the other two species are thriving. KEYWORDS: Choice \ species \ Clones trials \ Exotics \ ...

Author(s)
Matveev, P. N.
Citation
Lesnoe Khozyaistvo, 1960, 12, 9, pp 42-4
Abstract

In the province of Rio Negro, Poplars are planted mainly for protection along irrigation canals, but occasionally also as forest stands. Even in the latter, however, the same spacing and arrangement are followed as along the canals, i.e. double rows 1 m. apart on both sides of a 'canal' (an...

Author(s)
Cozzo, D.
Citation
Revista forestal Argentina, 1959, 3, 3, pp 88-100
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

In studies with Populus nigra var. italica, using the water culture method, roots generally formed before callus. No clear relationship was found between the part of the tree from which cuttings were taken and their rooting behaviour, but cuttings from the top of a branch and the lower part of the...

Author(s)
Ogasawara, K.
Citation
Nihon Ringaku Kai Shi = Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society, 1956, 38, 8, pp 297-300