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The growth of woody species planted at different times in mixture with Quercus robur on the Vlasiei Plain


, : The growth of woody species planted at different times in mixture with Quercus robur on the Vlasiei Plain. Rev. Padurilor. 82: 12, 630-4 + smries

Experimental plantations were made of mixtures of Q. robur with Tilia tomentosa, Acer campestre and A. platanoides and various shrubs, the Oak being planted simultaneously with, or 1-4 years earlier or later than, the auxiliary species. Analysis of results 5 and 10 years after planting showed that, in the conditions of the Vlasiei Plain, best results were obtained by simultaneous planting, or by planting the auxiliary species not more than1 year after the Oak.

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