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Details are given of a trial started in spring 1983 near Regensburg (S. Germany) with Populus 'Astria', P. 'Muhle-Larsen', P. 'Rap', and Salix viminalis clone 722/51. At the end of the first 5-year rotation (in January 1988), the poplars averaged 7-8 m top height but the willow only 5 m. Biomass...

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Makeschin, F.; Rehfuess, K. E.; Rüsch, I.; Schörry, R.
Citation
Forstwissenschaftliches Centralblatt, 1989, 108, 3, pp 125-143
Abstract

Results are presented of a project carried out in Hesse and Lower Saxony in 1982-87 on the growing of poplars and willows on short rotations to produce biomass for fuel or gas production, or chips, pulp, etc. The clones used were Populus 'Rap', P. 'Max 5', P. 'Muhle Larsen' and P. 'Androscoggin',...

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Dimitri, L.
Citation
Schriften des Forschungsinstitutes für Schnellwachsende Baumarten, 1988, No. 4, pp 72 pp.
Abstract

Fast-growing trees (in particular poplars and willows) are discussed in relation to wood properties (including suitability for use in paper/pulp/particleboard manufacture), and costs/revenues of plantations. Total costs (including establishment, tending, protection, and harvesting), assuming 3...

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Dimitri, L.
Citation
Forstarchiv, 1981, 52, 5, pp 174-179
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The forest history of High Harz is discussed in relation to the natural occurrence of Norway spruce (Picea abies), and the dieback increasingly affecting the spruce stands. It is believed that the only solution in this region lies in a more 'natural' type of silviculture to create spruce-rich...

Author(s)
Greger, O.
Citation
Forst- und Holzwirt, 1987, 42, 10, pp 264-269

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