2 edition of Growth and utilization of poplars in Canada. found in the catalog.
Growth and utilization of poplars in Canada.
Poplar Symposium Harrison Hot Springs, B.C. 1967.
|Statement||Editors: J. S. Maini [and] J. H. Cayford.|
|Series||Forestry Branch. Departmental publication,, no. 1205|
|Contributions||Maini, J. S., ed., Cayford, J. H., ed., Canada. Forestry Branch.|
|LC Classifications||SD13 .A215 no. 1205|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 257 p.|
|Number of Pages||257|
|LC Control Number||72510304|
A Growers Guide to Hybrid Poplar: Author: Canada-Ontario Forest Resource Development Agreement: Editor: Barbara Boysen: Publisher: Forest Resource Development Agreement Canada, Ontario: Original from: University of Minnesota: Digitized: Apr 6, Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. Read the latest articles of Journal of Forest Economics at , Elsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature.
This paper provides those who work with poplars in the prairies region of Canada with an easy-to-use leaf and twig key and detailed morphological descriptions of the more commonly planted cultivars. Recommendations for their use, notes on growth, natural pruning, susceptibility to insects and diseases, and tolerance to climatic extremes are also by: 7. Populus is a genus of 25–30 species of deciduous flowering plants in the family Salicaceae, native to most of the Northern h names variously applied to different species include poplar / ˈ p ɒ p. l ər /, aspen, and cottonwood.. The western balsam poplar (P. trichocarpa) was the first tree whose full DNA code had been determined by DNA sequencing, in Clade: Tracheophytes.
White Poplar. The rapid growth rate of the white poplar allows it to reach heights of up to 80 feet over a year period. On average these trees reach a maximum height of feet above the ground with roots at least 2 feet deep. Lombardy Poplar. One of the larger forms of poplar tree, the Lombardy poplar can grow up to feet tall. Poplar Petiolegall Aphid Galls forming on the leaves of poplars are caused by the Poplar Petiolegall Aphid (Pemphigus populitransversus). Although the galls are unattractive, they do not cause serious damage to the tree. In summer, the galls produce winged aphids which fly to vegetables such as lettuce and beets to feed on the roots.
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Get this from a library. Growth and utilization of poplars in Canada. [J S Maini; J H Cayford; Canada. Forestry Branch,;] -- Covers main aspect of poplar supply, silvical characteristics, management, manufacture, and marketing in Canada.
Recommended Citation. Maini, J.S., Cayford, J.H. Growth and utilization of Poplars in Canada. Department of Forestry and Rural Development Departmental Cited by: Published on the occasion of the 21st session of the International Poplar Commission in association with The Poplar Council of Canada and the Poplar Council of the United States This book describes the status of culture and utilization of poplars in North America and documents succinctly recent scientific and technological advances.
This book is intended to gather under one cover important source information about North American poplars for the benefit of poplar growers and scientists. The scope of the work encompasses all Populus species native to Canada & the United States, including aspens, cottonwoods, naturally occurring hybrids & varieties, and cultivars in current regular use.
Genetically improved poplar plantations are increasingly being considered as a potential contributor to the supply base for industrial forestry in Canada (e.g. Anderson and Luckert ). The prospective development of poplar plantations in Canada could depend on two potential outputs that harvesting improved poplars can by: 2.
POPLAR AND WILLOW CULTIVATION AND UTILIZATION IN CANADA Canadian Country Progress Report was a progressive and exciting time for poplars in Canada. Breeding and research the cycle of growth appears to be waning. GeneticFile Size: 1MB.
Introduction. Hybrid poplar (Populus spp.) plantations are economically attractive to the forest industry, even in the boreal forest, because of their fast growth rates and high yield decrease of wood supplies in Growth and utilization of poplars in Canada. book forests due, in part, to competing land uses and to more sustainable management practices, will accentuate the need to manage more intensively some portions of Cited by: Abstract.
Poplars (species and interspecific hybrids of sections Aigeiros and Tacamahaca), aspens (Leuce poplars) and willows (Salix) exhibit a variety of useful morphological, anatomical, and physiological to their fast growth and the fact that they may be planted on many and varied sites both in and out of forests, poplars, aspens, and willows offer ample possibilities Cited by: To see all Poplars & Aspens in order by Common Name → START HERE: GO TO THUMBNAILS: Balsam Poplar (Populus balsamifera)Carolina Poplar (Populus X canadensis)Eastern Cottonwood (Populus deltoides)European White Poplar (Populus alba)Large-toothed Aspen (Populus grandidentata); Lombardy Poplar (Populus nigra); Trembling Aspen (Populus tremuloides).
Since the Poplar tree is fast-growing, pulpwood plantations have begun to grow hectares of Poplars to cut and use for wood. Enjoy some more fun facts about the Poplar, including its relationship to the famous Mona Lisa, at the end of the blog post.
Quick Tips. Enjoy some quick tips here/5(K). Guillemette and DesRochers () studied the growth of three hybrid poplar clones in Canada and found that N application (20 g tree -1 at planting, corresponding to ca 22 kg N ha -1) increased. Growth and Utilization of Poplars in Canada. Minister of Forestry and Rural Development, Ottawa Dep.
Publ, pp 70–77 Johnston M, Kulshreshtha S, Baumgartner T () Agroforestry in the prairie landscape: opportunities for climate Cited by: 4. Poplars Resort is a beautiful old fishing resort located on the Rideau Canal system in Ontario, Canada.
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Impact of planting container type on growth and survival of three hybrid poplar clones in central Alberta, Canada. New Forests See abstract. Poplar and Willow News. Newsletters of the IPC. Issue No. 1, June Includes: upcoming events, past events, technical articles, news from national poplar commissions (including Canada).
Poplar Culture in North America CHAPTER 8. Poplar diseases (G. Newcombe, M. Ostry, M. Hubbes, P. Perinet, and M.-J. Mottet) Introduction The major diseases of Populus in North America Regional variation in diseases of hybrid poplar Influence of disease on current and future aspen management in the Lake States Range map for Lombardy Poplar (Populus nigra) PLEASE NOTE: A coloured Province or State means this species occurs somewhere in that Province/State.
The entire Province/State is coloured, regardless of where in that Province/State it occurs. (Range map provided courtesy of the USDA website and is displayed here in accordance with their Policies). Page 1 of 87 ACTIVITIES RELATED TO POPLAR AND WILLOW CULTIVATION AND UTILIZATION IN CANADA ‐ Canadian Report to the International Poplar Commission 25th Session, Berlin, Germany 13‐16 September Prepared by: John Doornbos, Edmonton, Alberta.
Poplar, (genus Populus), genus of some 35 species of trees in the willow family (Salicaceae), native to the Northern Hemisphere. The poplar species native to North America are divided into three loose groups: the cottonwoods, the aspens, and the balsam poplars.
The name Populus refers to the fact. Faster growth rates - The importance of the wood and pulp fibers is increasingly valuable. Poplars are largely used in the paper-making process, the faster the growth, the sooner the material is available for harvest and use.
So the hybrids tend to be much faster growing than natural non-hybrid species, so they are preferred and planted en` masse. The forthcoming book offers a worldwide overview and guide to the basic characteristics, cultivation and use of poplars and willows, as well as issues, problems and trends relating to them.
It synthesizes the latest knowledge and technology in current research on poplars and willows, linking these to implementation achievements to meet.
times greater than in The utilization level has increased so much that there is a concern that the aspen cut will exceed growth and the aspen supply will not be adequate to support the growing solid wood, composite, and paper industries J.J. Balatinecz. Ph.D. Emeritus Professor, Wood Science, University of Toronto.This article is one of a selection of papers published in the Special Issue on Poplar Research in Canada.
Abstract The objective of this study was to understand how nitrogen (N) source, soil pH, and drought interact in the growth and water-use efficiency of by: The poplar is a short-lived, deciduous, hardwood tree of genus Populus of the willow family, widely distributed in the northern temperate zone.
The genus includes aspens and cottonwoods. In North America, they grow from the treeline to northern Mexico. Forty species occur worldwide; 5 are native to Canada.