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Data from a sand-culture experiment in which the amounts of N, P, K, Ca and Mg were varied revealed that seedlings from the P. tremuloides X P. canescens cross grew faster (as reflected in green-weight production) than those from the P. canescens X P. tremuloides, P. tremuloides X P. tremuloides or ...

Author(s)
Einspahr, D. W.
Citation
Genet Physiol. Note Inst. Chem., Appleton, Wis., 1968, No. 4, pp 17
Abstract

Height growth in 1955-62 was studied for the following hybrids grown from seed in 1953: Populus X canescens var. rogalinensis X P. tremula (hybrids PK 91 and PK 50), P. X canescens var. rogalinensis X P. X canescens var. pyramidalis (PK 89), P. tremula X P. X canescens var. pyramidalis (PK 49), and ...

Author(s)
Bartkowiak, S.; Bialobok, S.
Citation
Arboretum Kornickie, Poznan, 1964, 9, pp 175-96
Abstract

A special number, including articles on: The utilization of Poplar wood in the [W. German] plywood and particle-board industries (Haber); Poplar groundwood and Polar chemical pulp for writing and printing (G. Wunschmann); Poplar and tree Willows as pulpwoods (F. K. Patt) [rating them between Spruce ...

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Holzzucht, Die, 1961, 15, 3/4, pp 11-46
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A report on the annual conference of the German Poplar Society, including data on potential sites and actual plantings, a paper (Krembs) on Grey Poplars in the Danubian bottomlands, describing the Ingolstadt Grey Poplar, a P. tremula X P. alba hybrid, site conditions, regeneration, diseases, etc. ; ...

Author(s)
Rettelbach.
Citation
Holzzentralblatt, 1956, 82, 83, pp 1033-4
Abstract

Discusses distribution (general and altitudinal); growth; longevity; regeneration; site requirements; races and hybrids (including Scandinavian triploids, Populus X canescens, and P. tremula X P. tremuloides); sowing and vegetative propagation; planting; silvicultural treatment; pests and diseases; ...

Author(s)
Marcet, E.
Citation
Holzzucht, Die, 1964, 18, 1/2, pp 1-7
Abstract

A lecture describing site conditions, p.articularly near Ingolstadt, where this Poplar, which can be grown on sites unsuitable for Black Poplars, occurs naturally. Its variability suggests that it may be a post glacial hybrid of P. tremula and P. alba. Selection and breeding trials are discussed,...

Author(s)
Krembs.
Citation
Allg. Forstzeitschr., 1956, 11, 27/28, pp 345-7
Abstract

Indigenous are: Populus tremula, P. alba, and P. nigra; quite widespread also are hybrids of P. alba with P. tremula or with P. canescens. Special attention is given to 'Grey Poplar', P. canescens, which the author considers to be the collective name for numerous hybrids arising from natural...

Author(s)
Bugala, W.
Citation
Rocznik Sekcji Dendrologicznej Polskiego Towarzystwa Botaniczego, 1955, 10, pp 415-72
Abstract

Presents data on height and diameter increment and root development from 25 trials involving the more common Black Poplar and other hybrids, also Populus trichocarpa and P. canescens (>20 clones in all), established as 1- or 2-year plants, mostly at 5X 5-m. spacing, with or without interplanting,...

Author(s)
Hausser, K.; Troeger, R.
Citation
Allg. Forst- u. Jagdztg., 1964, 135, 4; 5, pp 102-12; 113-25

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