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A detailed report on plantations and shelterbelts established mainly in the 1960s and 1970s at 6 sites in the Müllheim region, Baden-Wurtemberg. Survival and growth of several species (including Scots pine and broadleaves) are reported in various trials. Success was variable, and largely dependent...

Author(s)
Gürth, P.
Citation
Holz-Zentralblatt, 1986, 112, 64/65, pp 949...954
Abstract

Tabulates: the current costs of establishing Pinus sylvestris, P. nigra and Robinia pseudoacacia on eroded sites in Rumania, by various methods of terracing and/or planting, and of Populus 'canadensis', Salix sp. and Alnus incana on gully bottoms (A. incana also on landslides); the performance of...

Author(s)
Traci, C.
Citation
Revista Padurilor, 1970, 85, 12, pp 710-6
Abstract

Types of mixtures of conifers (Scots Pine and Austrian Pine) and hardwoods (Robinia pseudoacacia, Populus canescens, and Oak) were compared. On sands with greatly varying productivity, mixtures in small groups, based on precise site mapping, avoided problems of competition and release. On dry or...

Author(s)
Keresztesi, B.
Citation
Erdeszeti Kutatasok, 1967, 63, 1/3, pp 129-48
Abstract

Suggests treatment for various types of defect and soil, chiefly for stands of Robinia pseudoacacia. On sandy soils, underplanting with Austrian and/or Scots Pine, followed by the removal, after girdling, of part or all of the original stand, is recommended; in depressions, clear felling, stump...

Author(s)
Magyar, P.
Citation
Erdeszettudomanyi Kozlemenyek, 1958, No. 1, pp 73-91
Abstract

Only 5.6% of the region is forested. From 202 plots the sites are distinguished by position in the soil catena, ground-water depth, nutrient deficiencies, rock, soils, herb associations and natural forest. On this basis, the silviculture for maximum production on each type is discussed, using...

Author(s)
Babos, I.
Citation
Erdeszeti Kutatasok, 1960, 56, 1/3, pp 105-50
Abstract

Describes the damage sustained by the natural vegetation (mainly Beech woods) in the neighbourhood of this factory, and the results of trial plantations of species that might be more resistant (hybrid Poplars, Chamaecyparis lawsoniana, Pinus sylvestris, Quercus robur, Fraxinus excelsior, Robinia...

Author(s)
Stanescu, V.; Nicu, M.
Citation
Revista Padurilor, 1965, 80, 5, pp 258-62
Abstract

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

Gives details of the basis and time taken for a survey of 10, 000 ha. on the lines explained in F.A. 19 No. 1301. Proposed species are Populus canescens, Pinus sylvestris, P. nigra var. austriaca and on the best soils Robinia pseudoacacia, Quercus robur, and Alnus glutinosa. KEYWORDS: Afforestation ...

Author(s)
Szonyi, L.
Citation
Erdeszeti Kutatasok, 1956, No. 4, pp 99-119
Abstract

After introducing the general problem in its national context the author specifies two tasks: planting of conifers in place of other species, and the afforestation of duneland. At present only 5.4 % of the total forest area in Hungary is under conifers. In April 1951 the former Forestry Centre laid ...

Author(s)
Babos, I.
Citation
Agrartudomany, 1952, 4, 6, pp 217-23
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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