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Describes a deep ploughing method in which plants ca. 100 cm. high are set against an 80-cm. plough slice and covered (to a depth of 80 cm.) by the next slice, at half the cost of pit planting. This has proved successful for Poplars and Robinia (root systems shown); Pines are under trial. KEYWORDS: ...

Author(s)
Horvath, L.
Citation
Erdo, 1964, 13, 3 (+ suppl.), pp 97-101 + smries.
Abstract

Describes the development of a new landscape of lakes, forest, agricultural land etc., with its vegetation and fauna; site factors and natural vegetation succession, leading occasionally to forest; and reforestation, including experience with different species (Pine, Beech, Robinia, Poplars, and...

Author(s)
Bauer, H. J.
Citation
Arbeiten zur Rheinischen Landeskunde, Bonn, 1963, 19, pp 101
Abstract

Includes articles on: The importance of fastgrowing species in increasing forest productivity (I Milescu and C. Avram); The productivity of fast growing species in Rumania (S. Armasescu, U. Giurgiu and I Decei); Extending Poplar [Poplulus X canadetisis) growing in Rumania (A. Marian and V. Bakoy];...

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Revista Padurilor, 1963, 78, 6, pp 309-64
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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

Discusses the introductory work done in 1948-58 on forest typology, age-class distribution, seed production, etc. in the 1114 seed stands (Pines 3313, Oaks 2883, Robinia 738, Poplars 68 ha.) demarcated in the 32 Hungarian State Forests, and also with the 2281 individual seed-trees of these species...

Author(s)
Matyas, V.
Citation
Erdeszeti Kutatasok, 1958, No. 3/4, pp 207-44
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

Observations made during a 6-weeks stay in China. Points noted are the protection of loess soils by terracing and planting (largely with Robinia pseudoacacia), attempts to improve the management and protection of existing forests, and the establishment of Eucalypt and Poplar plantations. KEYWORDS:...

Author(s)
Sourbier, J. M d. u.
Citation
Cahiers des ingenieurs agronomes, 1958, No. 128, pp 17-24
Abstract

Proposes, with supporting Hungarian evidence, that on good sites R. pseudoacacia should share the overstorey with fast growers, e.g. Poplars, and have a Hornbeam understorey. On poor sites, only species biologically suited e.g. Pinus nigra var. austriaca should be mixed with it and then...

Author(s)
Babos, I.
Citation
Erdo, 1957, 6, 10, pp 361-71
Abstract

In connexion with recommendations on suitable species and fertilizer treatments for afforesting a large lignite spoil mound in Central Germany, the authors report on the root penetration observed in trees on a similar, neighbouring mound which before planting had been covered with a layer of ash,...

Author(s)
Buch, M. W Von; Haardt, M.
Citation
Braunkohle, Warme und Energie, Dusseldorf, 1955, 7, 5/6, pp 104-8

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