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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

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

The fruit industry of the Rio Megro valley (Argentina) requires 12 million packing cases annually, for which at present Parana Pine is imported. The Administracion Nacional de Bosques estimates that if 800 ha. were planted annually with Poplar this demand could be met locally. Windbreaks are common ...

Author(s)
Ernesto Alonzo, A.
Citation
Almanaque Min. Agric. Argent., 1951, 26/27, pp 169-74
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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