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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 \...

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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
Abstract

Includes sections on: important species varieties, and hybrids; ecological, biological and silvicultural properties of the principal Poplars; silviculture; main pests and diseases; and technological properties and uses. The 39 references on which the work is based are all European, nearly half...

Author(s)
Podhorski, I.
Citation
Inst. sum. Instraz., Zagreb, 1951, No. 6,
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Tabulates for 23 mainly pure plots of P. X marilandica, P. alba, P. nigra var. italica, P. X serotina, and P. X robusta, from a detailed examination of 2309 stems, the %'s suffering from insects, fungi, open lesions, cankers, wounds, frost damage, dry top, general drying, and mechanical damage. The ...

Author(s)
Pagony, H.
Citation
Erdomernoki Foiskola Kozlemenyei, Sopron, 1957, No. 1, pp 51-63
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
Abstract

Includes an account of recent work in introducing 'Canadian' Poplar, as a species superior to the native Aspen and the widely distributed Lombardy Poplar [Populus nigra var. italica] which is knotty and unsuitable for the match and wood-working industries. After a preliminary failure in 1940-1 near ...

Author(s)
Saatcioglu, F.
Citation
Tarim Bakanlig Orman Genel Mudurlugu Yayinlarindan, Istanbul, 1948, No. 70, pp 58
Abstract

A manual providing detailed practical information on the artificial propagation of Poplars based on investigations carried out by Russian Scientific Institutes in Forest Management and on other published and unpublished material. The manual is intended primarily for use in the zone of...

Author(s)
Miron, K. F.
Citation
Trud. vses, nauchno-issledov. Inst. lesnogo Khoz. 'VNIILKh', 1939, No. 3, pp 56 pp.

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