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Contains tabulated statistics of area and yield by species and their values. Ca. 1/2 of the forest area is suitable for Poplars; these provide the greatest volume and value yields, which could be still further increased. Improvements in Willow cultivation lie in breeding, the abolition of the...

Author(s)
Toth, I.
Citation
Erdo, 1960, 9, 7, pp 253-7
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

Results of spraying a number of roadside species (including ornamentals) were not encouraging. Buds of a number of species including Platanus acerifolia, Populus spp. and Quercus robur were damaged, and leaf-fall was slow except for a few species including Alnus cordata and Ginkgo biloba. The...

Author(s)
Egberts, H.
Citation
Jaarboek. Proefstation voor de Boomwekerij te Boskoop 1954, 1955, pp 122-4