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Cultivation techniques for short rotation plantations; Zur Anbautechnik von Schnellwuchsplantagen

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This work deals with cultivation techniques at short-rotation plantations. A relevant literature research was carried through. The following individual results regarding the different stages of work are to be summed up: Tree species: poplar including aspen, alder, and willow, of which poplar species are most commonly used. Soil preparation: Thorough digging in autumn before planting small plants. Some larger plants may be planted without prior digging or with reduced soil preparation effort. Planting: Dependent on spacing respectively the number of plants, plant material, and soil condition. Small plants planted closely to each other and with intensive soil working are planted mechanically. In other cases planting is done by hand. Protective measures: Especially chemical and manual weed control as well as fencing. Frequently, advance treatment with chemicals in the autumn before planting is recommended. Touching up/care: German authors recommend touching up from a 20% rate of failure. Fertilization: Regular fertilization is required because of the frequent and intensive landuse. - As the description of these partial tasks is mainly without consideration of the objective pursued, economy, and site conditions, it is not possible to establish process chains for the different forms of short rotation plantations. (orig./UWA) [Deutsch] Die vorliegende Arbeit beschaeftigt  More>>
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Publication Date:
Aug 01, 1990
Product Type:
Miscellaneous
Report Number:
ETDE/DE-mf-95733405
Reference Number:
SCA: 090800; PA: DE-94:0GQ007; EDB-95:020225; SN: 95001314993
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: Aug 1990
Subject:
09 BIOMASS FUELS; TREES; SHORT ROTATION CULTIVATION; SILVICULTURE; FERTILIZERS; PLANT GROWTH; CULTIVATION TECHNIQUES; WILLOWS; POPLARS; ENERGY SOURCE DEVELOPMENT; 090800; PRODUCTION
OSTI ID:
10108767
Research Organizations:
Bundesforschungsanstalt fuer Forst- und Holzwirtschaft, Hamburg (Germany). Inst. fuer Oekonomie
Country of Origin:
Germany
Language:
German
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ON: DE95733405; TRN: DE94GQ007
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OSTI; NTIS (US Sales Only)
Submitting Site:
DE
Size:
27 p.
Announcement Date:
Jun 30, 2005

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Diederichs, W. Cultivation techniques for short rotation plantations; Zur Anbautechnik von Schnellwuchsplantagen. Germany: N. p., 1990. Web.
Diederichs, W. Cultivation techniques for short rotation plantations; Zur Anbautechnik von Schnellwuchsplantagen. Germany.
Diederichs, W. 1990. "Cultivation techniques for short rotation plantations; Zur Anbautechnik von Schnellwuchsplantagen." Germany.
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title = {Cultivation techniques for short rotation plantations; Zur Anbautechnik von Schnellwuchsplantagen}
author = {Diederichs, W}
abstractNote = {This work deals with cultivation techniques at short-rotation plantations. A relevant literature research was carried through. The following individual results regarding the different stages of work are to be summed up: Tree species: poplar including aspen, alder, and willow, of which poplar species are most commonly used. Soil preparation: Thorough digging in autumn before planting small plants. Some larger plants may be planted without prior digging or with reduced soil preparation effort. Planting: Dependent on spacing respectively the number of plants, plant material, and soil condition. Small plants planted closely to each other and with intensive soil working are planted mechanically. In other cases planting is done by hand. Protective measures: Especially chemical and manual weed control as well as fencing. Frequently, advance treatment with chemicals in the autumn before planting is recommended. Touching up/care: German authors recommend touching up from a 20% rate of failure. Fertilization: Regular fertilization is required because of the frequent and intensive landuse. - As the description of these partial tasks is mainly without consideration of the objective pursued, economy, and site conditions, it is not possible to establish process chains for the different forms of short rotation plantations. (orig./UWA) [Deutsch] Die vorliegende Arbeit beschaeftigt sich mit der Anbautechnik bei der Anlage von Schnellwuchsplantagen. Es wurde dafuer eine Literaturauswertung vorgenommen. Folgende Einzelerkenntnisse ueber die Teilarbeiten lassen sich zusammenfassen: Baumarten: Pappel incl. Aspe, Erle, Weiden wobei die Pappelarten am meisten Verwendung finden. Bodenvorbereitung: Vollumbruch im Herbst vor der Pflanzung bei kleinen Pflanzen, bei groesseren Pflanzen auch ohne oder nur eingeschraenkte Bearbeitung. Pflanzung: Abhaengig vom Verband/Pflanzenzahl, Pflanzmaterial und dem Bodenzustand, kleine Pflanzen bei hoher Pflanzdichte und intensiver Bodenbearbeitung werden maschinell gepflanzt, ansonsten wird auch manuell gearbeitet. Schutzmassnahmen: Vor allem chemische und manuelle Verfahren der Unkrautbekaempfung sowie Zaeunung. Es wird haeufig eine chemische Vorausbehandlung im Herbst vor der Pflanzung empfohlen. Nachbesserung /Pflege: Nachbesserung scheint deutschen Autoren ab 20% Ausfaellen ratsam. Duengung: Die haeufige und intensive Nutzung erfordert regelmaessige Duengungen. Da diese Teilarbeiten ueberwiegend ohne Zusammenhang mit der Zielsetzung, Wirtschaftlichkeit und standoertlichen Grundlagen dargestellt werden, lassen sich Verfahrensketten fuer die unterschiedlichen Formen der Schnellwuchsplantagen nicht angeben. (orig./UWA)}
place = {Germany}
year = {1990}
month = {Aug}
}