Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Martynova Valeria Romanovna

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STABILITY, DURABILITY AND NATURAL REGENERATION OF THE FOREST PARK STANDS ON THE SAND AND SHELL SOILS OF THE EASTERN AZOV

abstract 1111507054 issue 111 pp. 908 – 921 30.09.2015 ru 1371
The article presents the data of many years of research on resilience, durability and natural renewability of forest park plantations on sand and shell soils of the Eastern Azov
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THE RESULTS OF FORTY-YEAR-OLD VARIETY-TRIAL OF HYBRIDOUS POPLARS ON THE SANDY SOILS OF EASTERN AZOV SHELLY

abstract 1241610009 issue 124 pp. 181 – 200 30.12.2016 ru 479
The article presents the data of 40-year-old variety-trial cultivation of hybrid black poplar and balsamic sections, as a result of which addressed issues of selection range of appropriate varieties, their cultivation technology, aspects of agrotechnology and protection against pests. At the same time, it absorbed and non-forest land reclamation funds, in particular sandy and shell, lowhumus, floodplain soils. As a result, the five-year variety trials found that under the conditions of the Eastern Azov on humus shell rock underlain by low-mineralized groundwater on accessible depth for roots (up to 150 cm), the most highly productive and are stable clones of Euro-American poplar: Brabantika-175, Sanrau-59, a Moshnyi-236 and 195 , Bahel, ZS-33 Vernirubens, 60001/1, Caroline-162. In terms of growth, they are superior to the local Canadian poplar and other varieties of poplars. Resistance to environmental and biological factors of the environment most highly productive species and varieties of poplars are much higher than the low productivity. Culture of poplar planting might create unrooted plants directly on the silvicultural area, which reduces the cost of rooting plants at the nursery, their digging and transportation and provides a high survival rate. Culture of poplar are used for the afforestation of poor sandy forest-steppe zone arrays, often introduced as the main breed at shelterbelt afforestation
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