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Presents results of trials in which six Black Poplar hybrids and four Osier Willow varieties were grown together on two types of site. It is concluded that on sites suitable for Willows, this combination is not advisable. Combining the cultivation of Salix alba for pulpwood with Poplar-growing on...

Author(s)
Brundl, L.; Tompa, K.
Citation
Erdo, 1969, 18, 6, pp 269-73
Abstract

Economic Poplar stands of the State forests in the Danube flood-plain cover 3522 ha. Working-plan reports give, for the average site class, a rotation of 40 years for the highest value increment. Stand improvement by thinning is economic so long as the volume of principal fellings is encroached...

Author(s)
Toth, I.
Citation
Erdo, 1961, 10, 2, pp 41-5
Abstract

A symposium by 40 authors, covering all aspects of Poplar growing in Hungary, including site requirements, practical aspects of establishing plantations, tending, yield, protection and economic aspects. Brief information on the anatomy and chemistry of the wood is also included, with a few...

Publisher
Mezogazdasagi Kiado, Budapest, Hungary
Citation
A Magyar nyarfatermesztes, 1962, pp 589 pp.
Abstract

Presents, on the basis of 125 stands of Black Poplar hybrids and 64 stands of Populus tremula in Hungary, diagrams and graphs showing assortments by diameter classes and values per ha. by age and site class. KEYWORDS: Assortments \ forest economics \ forestry \ Increment value \ forest management \ ...

Author(s)
Kulcsar, V.
Citation
Erdo, 1965, 14, 12, pp 540-5
Abstract

Gives soil properties and growth-data tables. A relatively high pulpwood production is possible in 10-15 years on these soils, and Poplar is considered a better economic proposition than the Pedunculate Oak hitherto favoured. As, however, this can be proved only by long and difficult trials, an...

Author(s)
Toth, B.
Citation
Erdo, 1960, 9, 2, pp 49-59
Abstract

Includes notes on the following papers: Forest research in Hungary (F. Erdei); Present condition and development aims in Hungarian forestry (G. Balassa); Practical and theoretical questions regarding intermediate fellings in Hungarian forests (B. Keresztesi); Intermediate fellings in connexion with ...

Citation
Erdo, 1959, 8, 11, pp 401-48

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