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A preliminary report, summarizing data on height growth, survival, vigour etc. after 10 years, for 16 species planted on 22 sites. Best results generally were obtained with hybrid Poplar, Black Locust, Red Oak, Japanese Larch, Jack Pine and Scots Pine planted in groups of at least 5-7 rows per...

Author(s)
Hart, G. E.; Brynes, W. R.
Citation
Research Papers. Pennsylvania State Forest School, 1959, No. 28, pp 2
Abstract

cf. F.A. 12 No. 1108.] Discusses, with tables, survival and growth of different species, the most widely planted being Robinia pseudoacacia, in relation to site treatment, fertilizer application, planting methods, aspect, slope, soil toxicity (very low pH), grasses and legumes, and damage by pests. ...

Author(s)
Finn, R. F.
Citation
Technical Papers. Central States Forest Experiment Station, 1958, No. 153, pp 38
Abstract

Replicated plots with rows of 7 different underplanted hardwood species were established in S. Illinois in 1947 in 8- to 9-year-old Shortleaf Pine (a) and Black Locust (b) plantations [cf. F.A. 12 No. 1962]. After 8 years, underplanted trees in (b) were 2-3 times taller than in (a), with Tulip Tree ...

Author(s)
Deitschman, G. H.
Citation
Station Notes. Central States Forest Experiment Station, 1956, No. 94, pp 2
Abstract

A study has been made of two permanent sample plots, representing good and bad sites in a stand of Lodgepole Pine established after fire in Alberta in 1936. Though of limited scope, the information provided has silvicultural applications, e.g. that the best sites should have priority in thinning,...

Author(s)
Horton, K. W.
Citation
Technical Notes. Forest Research Division, Forestry Branch, Canada, 1955, No. 16, pp 6