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A review of progress in the breeding of forest trees for rapid growth in the USSR, with special reference to shelterbelt planting and achievements since the 1930s. Details are given of the results of hybridization and breeding work on Larches, Pines, Poplars, Birches, Oak, Ash, Elm, Maple and...

Author(s)
Ozolin, G. P.
Citation
Lesnoe Khozyaistvo, 1976, No. 2, pp 52-56
Abstract

Six representative small woodlands including Poplar, Willow, Ash, Oak and Birch on various types of peat soils were studied by members of the Working Group on Forestry in the Urban Agglomeration Area of Holland. On the better site types, Poplar and Willow may be expected to grow well. The lower the ...

Author(s)
Lynden, K. R. van; Guldemond, J. L.; Molen, W. H. van der
Citation
Nederlandsch Boschbouwtijdschrift, 1968, 40, 11, pp 403-8
Abstract

Presents measurements after 7-8 years of plantations of 10 conifer and 6 broadleaved species on several classes of coal spoil materials in S.E. Iowa. Green Ash survived best generally, but Cottonwood grew more than twice as fast as Green Ash. KEYWORDS: Afforestation \ Afforestation spoil mounds \...

Author(s)
Lorio, P. L., Jr.; Gatherum, G. E.; Shrader, W. D.
Citation
Spec. Rep. Ia. Agric. Exp. Stn., 1964, No. 39, pp 12
Abstract

In 24 shelterbelts planted in the early 1920's and examined after 13, 25 and 38 years, it was found that hardwoods had survived better than conifers after 13 years but, once established, conifers survived equally. American Elm, Red Pine and Scots Pine showed relatively improved survival % in...

Author(s)
Scholten, H.
Citation
Minnesota Forestry Notes, 1963, No. 128, pp 2
Abstract

Diconirt and Dicamin sprays used as ricefield weedkillers damaged Willow but not Poplar or Ash. At a spacing of 3 m. there is room along the bunds of the chief inlet and outlet canals and the communication routes for planting 7 Poplar trees per cadastral unit, of which there should be in Hungary by ...

Author(s)
Szigethy, L.
Citation
Erdo, 1961, 10, 2, pp 73-6
Abstract

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

Distinguishes four types of stand according to the water-table. Height and d.b.h. of mean stems of Ash, Oak, Poplar (4 spp.), Alder, and Elm (2 spp.) were determined and compared. Many conclusions were drawn on the silviculture and management of these forests, especially on increment on various...

Author(s)
Mezera, A.
Citation
Sbornik Vedeckych Praci Fakulty Lesnicke, Ceske Vysoke Uceni Technicke, Praha, 1958, No. 1, pp 45-76
Abstract

In the steppe zone of the N. Caucasus, shelterbelts of Poplar, Ash and Rhus spp. have reduced the severity of dust storms which had frequently necessitated the entire replanting of cereal crops. On the most exposed sites (usually S.E. aspects), belts not less than20 m. wide and not less than300-400 ...

Author(s)
Traven, F. I.
Citation
Zemledelie, Moskva, 1958, 6, 9, pp 47-52
Abstract

Presents preliminary results of plantings (since 1948) of Poplars, Birches, Acer negundo, Tilia grandifolia and Fraxinus americana either along rivers or in mixed plantations. KEYWORDS: Acer negundo \ plantations \ in Bulgaria \ Betula \ plantations \ in Bulgaria \ exotics \ choice \ species \...

Author(s)
Dimitrov, P. M.
Citation
Gorsko Stopanstvo, 1954, 10, 2, pp 55-9
Abstract

Contains a number of articles covering botanical and silvicultural characters, wood properties and uses, and pests of the following species grown in Italy: Populus spp. (E. Allegri); Salix spp. (E. Magini); Betula spp. (A. Pavari); Alnus spp. (L. Susmel); Ulmus spp. (G. Gambi); Celtis australis (A. ...

Citation
Monti e Boschi, 1956, 7, 11/12, pp 489-608

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