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A total of 102 clones of black poplars (Populus nigra) and its hybrids are registered in Croatia. Of the 28 clones grown in forest nurseries, most are hybrids between black poplar and eastern cottonwood (P. deltoides) to give P. euramericana [P. canadensis]. There has been a recent increase in...

Author(s)
Krstinić, A.; Kajba, D.
Citation
Šumarski List, 1994, 118, 1/2, pp 33-37
Abstract

Survey of work done in this field, particularly during the last 10 years. KEYWORDS: Populus \ hybrids \ commercial hybrids \ plantations \ in Croatia \ Silviculture \ Yugoslavia \ Populus \ silviculture \ poplars \ Yugoslavia

Author(s)
Podhorski, I.
Citation
Sumarski List, 1955, 79, 11/12, pp 396-411
Abstract

Describes and illustrates a method whereby all precipitation is channelled directly to the roots of planted Poplars. Pits ca. 1 m. deep are dug in rows. Into one side of each pit is placed vertically a metal pipe 13 cm. in diameter and 0.8-1 m. long, with two handles on its upper rim. This pipe is...

Author(s)
Podhorski, I.
Citation
Sumarski List, 1960, 84, 7/8, pp 220-2
Abstract

Describes the introduction and performance of Italian clones in Jugoslavia since 1956. Clones 214 and CBD (Cartiere Beniamino Donzelli) are considered particularly suitable for large-scale use, as they are resistant to disease and grow faster than native species. KEYWORDS: Clones trials \ Clones...

Author(s)
Miletic, S
Citation
Topola, Beograd, 1960, 4, 13/14,
Abstract

The forest described is Orneto-Quercetum ilicis, managed as coppice-with-standards; m.a.i. is 1-5 cu. m./ha., and growing stock 20-60 cu. m./ha. As a result of his study of the environment (maximum attitude 84 m., calcareous parent rock, annual precipitation 1042 mm. of which 47% falls in the warm...

Author(s)
Safar, J.
Citation
Sumarski List, 1962, 86, 3/4, pp 100-8

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