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The requirements of the Euro-american poplar varieties and of Populus canescens and the tree willows as regards habitat

, : The requirements of the Euro-american poplar varieties and of Populus canescens and the tree willows as regards habitat. Allg. Forstztg, 68: 97-99

A number of poplars that have arisen by hybridization between European poplars and species introduced from North America are referred to; recent observations have shown that the hybrids differ in the type of ground they are most suited to and indications are given of the habitats in Austria most suitable for P. robusta, P. regenerata, P. gelrica, P. marilandica and P. serotina.


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