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Studies on the use of certain reed-growing areas protected by dams for plantations of Poplar and Willow


, : Studies on the use of certain reed-growing areas protected by dams for plantations of Poplar and Willow. Bulletin de l' Academie des Sciences Agricoles et Forestieres (1): 181-189

Another version of work in Rumania already noticed with results up to the end of the fourth growing season (1970) and recommended planting methods. Populus 'I-214' and P. 'R-16' performed best.

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