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Tabulates details of height and diameter growth to 1967 for 99 Poplar species, hybrids, and clones in a trial started in 1962. KEYWORDS: Populus \ silviculture \ poplars \ Populus \ hybrids \ commercial hybrids \ plantations \ in Crimea \ Species trials

Author(s)
Grigor'ev, A. G.
Citation
Byulleten' Gosudarstvennogo Nikitskogo opytnogo Botanicheskogo Sada, 1969, No. 2, pp 3-6
Abstract

A report on studies of soils under, and 20-200 m. to leeward and to windward of, a 28-year Maple/Birch/Poplar/Willow shelterbelt in this dry steppe region. The belt improved the hydrothermal regime of the soils, and this resulted in an increase in humus accumulation. [Translation. KEYWORDS: Acer...

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Fedorenko, V. P.
Citation
Pochvovedenie, 1967, No. 11, pp 82-5
Abstract

Reports trials in the Ural'sk region (extreme continental climate) with ca. 100 species planted since 1952 on the dark-chestnut clay-loam soil in optimum conditions (3 m. between rows, 0.8-1 m. apart within rows). A table shows, for each of 40 species, their provenance, age, mean d.b.h., mean...

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Knjazeva, L. A.
Citation
Lesnoe Khozyaistvo, 1966, 19, 12, pp 23-5
Abstract

Examines the results of establishing trial field shelterbelts on dark-chestnut and calcareous solonetz soils in the Tselinograd region. The use of wide spacing (allowing 7-12 sq. m. per tree) and thorough soil cultivation provided favourable light and nutrient conditions. At age 6 years, the...

Author(s)
Veksegonov, V. Ja.
Citation
Zascitnoe lesorazvedenie v Sibiri i Sev. Kazahstane. Krasnoyarsk, 1966, pp 59-69
Abstract

Discusses Pine natural regeneration on clear fellings in the Pinetum rhododendrosum, P. graminosomixtoherbosum, P. vacciniosum, and P. rhododendrosomixtoherbosum with Larch, in relation to the rapidly developing herb and shrub cover. [Cf. F.A. 24 No. 1440.] Pine regeneration is hindered by the...

Author(s)
Vipper, V. N.
Citation
Bjull, Mosk. Obsc. Ispyt. Prir. (Otd. Biol.), 1964, 69, 6, pp 56-66
Abstract

In this district, lying on the boundary of the steppe and forest-steppe zones, in the Voronezh region, the plantations date from ca. 1870. A review is given of the soils, natural vegetation, history of plantation establishment, and silvicultural characteristics of the stands, and the following...

Author(s)
Pavlov, P. V.
Citation
Trudy Vsesojuznogo Instituta Zascity Rastenij, Leningrad, 1960, No. 15, pp 13-32
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

Includes growth data for J. regia in a 4-year-old shelterbelt on the Beltsy steppe, with alternate pure rows, at 2.5 m. spacing, of J. regia (sown direct in nests of 3 seed-spots, the nests spaced 3 m. apart) and Lombardy Poplar [spacing not given]. Very brief notes are also made on some other...

Author(s)
Tymko, M. M.
Citation
Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Akademii sel'sko-khozyaistvennykh Nauk im V. I. Lenina, 1956, 21, 9, pp 32-5
Abstract

Late closure of canopy, necessitating 4-6 years of expensive weed control by soil cultivation, is the chief drawback of row planting of trees and shrubs plus a small admixture of fruit trees-hitherto the usual method of forming shelterbelts. This method delays the time when the belt becomes...

Author(s)
Yurre, N. A.
Citation
Agrobiologija (Agrobiology), 1949, No. 1, pp 85-91

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