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A short account based on a tour in Aug. 1968. The indigenous Poplars are Populus davidiana, P. glandulosa, P. koreana, P. maxinmowiczii and P. simonii with a natural hybrid, P. X tomentiglandulosa (corresponding to the European P. canescens). P. nigra var. italica, P. alba and P. sieboldii have...

Author(s)
Giordano, G.
Citation
Cellulosa e Carta, 1969, 20, 2, pp 51-8
Abstract

In the N. parts, Populus nigra, P. n. var. italica, P. simonii, P. alba var. pyramidalis, and P. bachofeni grow well. On very stony, light chestnut soil unsuitable for agriculture, these species should be widely grown in clumps and stands as well as in lines. In the S. parts, the light serozems are ...

Author(s)
Samsiev, K. S.; Dolgih, G. D.
Citation
Lesnoe Khozyaistvo, 1962, 15, 8, pp 45-6
Abstract

Summarizes the author's life-long experience and research on Black Poplar hybrids, the main varieties, propagation, growth etc., with special reference to the Harff Poplar, a Populus X regenerata from the Lower Rhine Valley, including a report on site trials on spoil mounds, in windbreaks etc. Part ...

Author(s)
Schmitz Lenders, B.
Citation
My Poplar testament., 1956, pp xii + 188 pp.
Abstract

Presents data on the growth and development of young 1-, 2- and 3-row plantings of Populus nigra var. italica, P. X marilandica, P. X robusta, and P. X serotina along canal and river banks etc., and urges that further research is needed to explain the discrepancy between the success on sites of...

Author(s)
Kohan, S.
Citation
Les, Bratislava, 1966, 22, 2, pp 60-4
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

Includes growth data for J. regia in a 4-year-old shelterbelt on the Beltsy steppe, with alternate pure rows, at 2.5 m. spacing, of J. regia (sown direct in nests of 3 seed-spots, the nests spaced 3 m. apart) and Lombardy Poplar [spacing not given]. Very brief notes are also made on some other...

Author(s)
Tymko, M. M.
Citation
Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Akademii sel'sko-khozyaistvennykh Nauk im V. I. Lenina, 1956, 21, 9, pp 32-5
Abstract

Discusses the value of additional timber production to the economy of the Netherlands, makes recommendations on choice of species and culture, gives some figures of price/cu.m. for P. gelrica, P. serotina and P. marilandica, discusses the merits of line plantations along fields and roadsides and...

Author(s)
Houtzagers, G.
Citation
Landbouwkundig Tijdschrift, 1952, 64, 10, pp 712-20
Abstract

Although Schinopsis balansae and to some extent Schinopsis lorentzii and Prosopis spp. have been exported from Argentina since the end of the nineteenth century, exports of timber are generally limited, while certain forest products, such as veneers, wood pulp, and wood cellulose, are imported on a ...

Author(s)
Tortorelli, L. A.
Publisher
Chronica Botanica Company, Waltham, Mass., USA
Citation
Plants and plant science in Latin America, 1945, pp 135-40

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