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Journal Details
Format
Journal
eISSN
2454-0358
ISSN
0323-1046
First Published
14 Dec 2009
Publication timeframe
4 times per year
Languages
English

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Volume 58 (2012): Issue 3 (September 2012)

Journal Details
Format
Journal
eISSN
2454-0358
ISSN
0323-1046
First Published
14 Dec 2009
Publication timeframe
4 times per year
Languages
English

Search

2 Articles
Open Access

Hodnotenie výsledkov výskumu pestovania topoľov v radových výsadbách na nelesných pôdach východoslovenskej nížiny / Assessment of the Research on Growing poplars in Row Planting on Non-Forest Land in the Eastern Slovak Lowland

Published Online: 08 Feb 2013
Page range: 159 - 165

Abstract

Abstract

The paper presents the results of growth and volume production of cultivated poplar row plantations on non-forest land in the ecological conditions of Eastern Slovak Lowlands.

The research was conducted in single row and double row plantations, both on sites affected by ground water and on sites without the effect of ground water. Evaluation of the results showed that from the poplars observed (poplars ´I-214´, ´Robusta´, ´Gelrica´, ´Regenerata´ and ´Marilandica´) the best growth as well as the maximum volume production reached poplar ´I-214´ on all evaluated research areas. In a single row planting favorably affected by ground water on a site Bačka, it has reached mean height of 27.9 m in its 25th year, mean thickness of 39.8 cm, and the average annual volume increment of 16.2 m3 per 1 km. In double row plantings in site Leles were these values 26.2 m, 37.4 cm, and 27.1 m3 per 1 km. By contrast, poplar ´Marilandica´ reached the lowest growth values and minimum volume production (in a single row planting on site Boľ were these values 24.5 m, 36.2 cm and 12.6 m3 per 1 km, and in double row plantings on site Dobra 23.7 m, 34.0 cm and 20.9 m3 per 1 km). It is evident, that values of growth and volume production were lower on less favorable sites, unaffected by the ground water. The given overview shows, that growing of poplars in row plantings on non-forest land was favorable

Keywords

  • poplars
  • growing in row plantings
  • site conditions
  • growth and volume production

Kľučové slová

  • topole
  • pestovanie v radových výsadbách
  • stanovištné pomery
  • rast a objemová produkcia
Open Access

Pokus s uplatnením neceloplošnej umelej obnovy kalamitnej holiny na demonštračnom objekte Husárik / An Experiment with Non-Whole-Area Reforestation of Calamity Clearing on the Demonstration Area Husárik

Published Online: 08 Feb 2013
Page range: 171 - 180

Abstract

Abstract

The paper deals with non-whole-area artificial reforestation as a new rationalization method of forest regeneration based on a combination of planting of desirable tree species and natural regeneration of other tree species from surrounding adult stands. It presents the first preliminary results of the experiment established on the demonstration area Kysuce - locality Husarik. The first results suggest that non-wholearea artificial regeneration can bring significant cost savings in establishing and subsequent treatment of the forest cultures. On the other hand, the question of ensuring adequate regeneration of desirable tree species in required time remains open at this time, and longer monitoring is necessary.

Keywords

  • non-whole-area reforestation
  • combined regeneration
  • rationalisation
  • forest management
  • research demonstration area Kysuce

Klúčové slová

  • neceloplošná umelá obnova
  • kombinovaná obnova
  • racionalizácia
  • lesné hospodárstvo
  • výskumno-demonštračný objekt Kysuce
2 Articles
Open Access

Hodnotenie výsledkov výskumu pestovania topoľov v radových výsadbách na nelesných pôdach východoslovenskej nížiny / Assessment of the Research on Growing poplars in Row Planting on Non-Forest Land in the Eastern Slovak Lowland

Published Online: 08 Feb 2013
Page range: 159 - 165

Abstract

Abstract

The paper presents the results of growth and volume production of cultivated poplar row plantations on non-forest land in the ecological conditions of Eastern Slovak Lowlands.

The research was conducted in single row and double row plantations, both on sites affected by ground water and on sites without the effect of ground water. Evaluation of the results showed that from the poplars observed (poplars ´I-214´, ´Robusta´, ´Gelrica´, ´Regenerata´ and ´Marilandica´) the best growth as well as the maximum volume production reached poplar ´I-214´ on all evaluated research areas. In a single row planting favorably affected by ground water on a site Bačka, it has reached mean height of 27.9 m in its 25th year, mean thickness of 39.8 cm, and the average annual volume increment of 16.2 m3 per 1 km. In double row plantings in site Leles were these values 26.2 m, 37.4 cm, and 27.1 m3 per 1 km. By contrast, poplar ´Marilandica´ reached the lowest growth values and minimum volume production (in a single row planting on site Boľ were these values 24.5 m, 36.2 cm and 12.6 m3 per 1 km, and in double row plantings on site Dobra 23.7 m, 34.0 cm and 20.9 m3 per 1 km). It is evident, that values of growth and volume production were lower on less favorable sites, unaffected by the ground water. The given overview shows, that growing of poplars in row plantings on non-forest land was favorable

Keywords

  • poplars
  • growing in row plantings
  • site conditions
  • growth and volume production

Kľučové slová

  • topole
  • pestovanie v radových výsadbách
  • stanovištné pomery
  • rast a objemová produkcia
Open Access

Pokus s uplatnením neceloplošnej umelej obnovy kalamitnej holiny na demonštračnom objekte Husárik / An Experiment with Non-Whole-Area Reforestation of Calamity Clearing on the Demonstration Area Husárik

Published Online: 08 Feb 2013
Page range: 171 - 180

Abstract

Abstract

The paper deals with non-whole-area artificial reforestation as a new rationalization method of forest regeneration based on a combination of planting of desirable tree species and natural regeneration of other tree species from surrounding adult stands. It presents the first preliminary results of the experiment established on the demonstration area Kysuce - locality Husarik. The first results suggest that non-wholearea artificial regeneration can bring significant cost savings in establishing and subsequent treatment of the forest cultures. On the other hand, the question of ensuring adequate regeneration of desirable tree species in required time remains open at this time, and longer monitoring is necessary.

Keywords

  • non-whole-area reforestation
  • combined regeneration
  • rationalisation
  • forest management
  • research demonstration area Kysuce

Klúčové slová

  • neceloplošná umelá obnova
  • kombinovaná obnova
  • racionalizácia
  • lesné hospodárstvo
  • výskumno-demonštračný objekt Kysuce

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