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The stand structure and yield of mixed stands of black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) and white poplar (Populus alba) in Hungary were investigated in different mixture variations. At the age of 16, the relative surplus in the volume of the mixtures varied between 1.24 and 1.55. The trial also proved ...

Author(s)
Redei, K.
Publisher
Erdészeti Tudományos Intézet (Forest Research Institute), Budapest, Hungary
Citation
Erdészeti Kutatások, 1999, 89, pp 81-90
Abstract

Experiences with Populus sp. tree breeding, and interplanting in stands of Quercus robur and Robinia pseudoacacia are outlined. Mixed Populus/R. pseudoacacia stands are managed on a 25- to 30-yr rotation.

Author(s)
Kohán, Š.
Citation
Zprávy Lesnického Výzkumu, 1994, 39, 2, pp 49-50
Abstract

The ecological conditions of Hungary are favourable for forests. After World War I the most valuable woodlands were annexed to neighbouring countries through the Trianon peace treaty, thus reducing the forest land area from 7.3 million hectares to 1.1 million hectares. However, in the period...

Author(s)
Solymos, R.
Publisher
European Forest Institute (EFI), Joensuu, Finland
Citation
EFI Proceedings, 2000, No. 35, pp 167-173
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

Greater possibilities were found on the agricultural areas. The Aspens [N. American] and Alders deserve most attention whereas Robinia, much planted on unsuitable sites, is falling into disfavour. Particularly along watercourses, e.g. in the land-use plan of the Hernad valley, great opportunities...

Author(s)
Szigethy, B.
Citation
Erdo, 1959, 8, 8, pp 308-11
Abstract

The author supports with economic data the case for mixed Robinia/conifers against pure Robinia on site qualities V-Vl. The drought-resistant White Poplar should be added to the mixture. KEYWORDS: Populus alba mixtures \ artificial regeneration \ Robinia pseudoacacia mixtures \ Silviculture \...

Author(s)
Babos, I.
Citation
Erdo, 1959, 8, 8, pp 295-301
Abstract

Proposes that the seed needed for afforestation in Hungary should be obtained from special seed producing stands established by grafting scions from selected plus trees. The selection, registration, and propagation by grafting of these trees in all botanical regions of the country is an urgent...

Author(s)
Kopecky, F.
Citation
Erdeszeti Kutatasok, 1959, 6, 3, pp 3-14
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

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

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

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