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High yield hybrid poplar plantations in the Pacific Northwest

High yield hybrid poplar plantations in the Pacific Northwest

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Published by Washington State University Cooperative Extension, Oregon State University Extension Service, University of Idaho Cooperative Extension System, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in [Pullman, Wash.], [Corvallis, Or.], [Moscow, Idaho], [Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Poplar -- Northwest, Pacific.,
  • Cottonwood -- Northwest, Pacific.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by Paul E. Heilman ... [et al.].
    SeriesPNW -- 356., PNW (Series) -- 356.
    ContributionsHeilman, Paul E., 1931-, Washington State University. Cooperative Extension., Oregon State University. Extension Service., University of Idaho. Cooperative Extension Service., United States. Dept. of Agriculture.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination41 p. :
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16049204M

    USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR. Google Scholar. Akaike, H., Hybrid poplar growth in bioenergy production systems: Genetic improvement effects on growth and yield of loblolly pine plantations. Forest Scie – Google Scholar. Bugmann, H., Hybrid Poplar for Bioenergy and Biomaterials Feedstock Production on Appalachian Reclaimed Mine Land. Powell River Project Research and Education Program Reports. Munsell, J.F., W. Worrell, and A.C. Lee**. Monitoring the Health and Productivity of Powell River Project Forests with Special Emphasis on Sustaining High-Value and. Title: Nutrition and fertilization response: a case study using hybrid poplar: Creator: Zabek, Lisa M. Date Issued: Description: Three hybrid poplar (Populus trichocarpa x Populus deltoides) plantations on the east side of Vancouver Island were fertilized with N, Nand P, and N, P, and K at the beginning of the third growing season, followed by fertilization with N in the fourth growing Cited by: 6. Growth and yield of 7-year-old hybrid poplar at three planting densities. Charles T. Stiff 1 and James A. Eaton 1. 1 Stiff Applied Technology Inc., Olympia, WA, USA. 2 Potlatch Corporation Hybrid Poplar Program, Boardman, OR, USA. Genetically modified poplars: state-of-the-art and perspectives on the public controversy.


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HIGH YIELD HYBRID POPLAR PLANTATIONS in the PACIFIC NORTHWEST on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. HIGH YIELD HYBRID POPLAR PLANTATIONS in the PACIFIC NORTHWEST. Get this from a library. High yield hybrid poplar plantations in the Pacific Northwest. [Paul E Heilman; Washington State University.

Cooperative Extension.; Oregon State University. Extension Service.; University of Idaho. Cooperative Extension Service.; United States. Department of Agriculture.;]. A description is given of a short rotation, intensive silvicultural approach for production of wood and fibres using fast growing hybrids of Populus trichocarpa and P.

deltoides [P. interamericana].Cited by: A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

High-yield Hybrid Poplar Plantations in the Pacific Northwest (revision). Pacific Northwest Regional Extension Bulletin PNW Washington Cited by: However, they did not compare cottonwood to other types of forest (e.g., pine plantations, bottomland hardwoods).

In Oregon, hybrid poplar plantations in a High yield hybrid poplar plantations in the Pacific Northwest book. Page Appendix I Biomass.

The economic competitiveness of short-rotation woody crop (SRWC) systems in the United States varies widely depending on a large number of factors such as end-product use, product price, conversion technology, yields, and land costs.

1 Such SRWC systems are considered to be economically viable for production of a stable, secure supply of. Intercropping with switchgrass improves net greenhouse gas balance in hybrid poplar plantations on a sand soil.

Soil Science Society of America Journal. The effect of nitrogen rate on vine kill, tuber skinning injury, tuber yield and size distribution, and tuber nutrients and phytonutrients in two potato cultivars grown for early. Septoria musiva, correct taxonomic name: Sphaerulina musiva (teleomorph: Mycosphaerella populorum), is an ascomycete fungus responsible of a leaf spot and canker disease on poplar trees.

It is native on the eastern cottonwood poplar Populus deltoides, causing only a leaf spot susceptible hybrid poplars, S. musiva causes necrotic lesions on the leaves Family: Mycosphaerellaceae.

Poplar Domestication – Canada 13 Bill Schroeder and complex hybrid [P. deltoides ×P. ×petrowskyana] ×P. maximowiczii´WM‐5‐1‐´ Pierre Perinet and 13 year‐old plot of P.

maximowiczii × P. nigra ´´ Barb Thomas, Dave Kamelchuk and an 8‐year‐old selection from the [P. deltoides ×P. High levels of Roundup® and leaf-beetle resistance in genetically engineered hybrid cottonwoods. In K.A. Blatner, J.D. Johnson, and D.M. Baumgartner (Eds.), Hybrid Poplars in the Pacific Northwest: Culture, Commerce and Capability.

European short-rotation poplar plantations are harvested at 5–8 year rotations and produce relatively small stems (– m3), which represent a major challenge when designing a cost-effective harvesting chain.

Until now, the challenge has been met through whole-tree chipping, which allows mass-handling all through the High yield hybrid poplar plantations in the Pacific Northwest book chain.

However, the. Effects of nitrogen fertilization on leaf area, light interception and productivity of short-rotation Populus trichocarpa x Populus deltoides hybrids. Can J. For. Res. Heilman, P.E. R.F. Stcttlcr, D.P. Hanlcy and R.W Carkncr.

High Yield Hybrid Poplar Plantations in the Pacific Northwest. 2. Flowering dogwood. The dogwood is on every landscaper’s list of top 10 trees, proving both lovely spring blooms and colorful fall foliage.

The Kousa dogwood is one of the most popular varieties, as it also produces a crop of sweet red berries, is disease resistant, and best of all, deer leave it alone.

Thornless locust. Common locust is. Hybrid poplar is a well-known biomass feedstock in the Western U.S. and has a number of advantages over other feedstocks: fast-growing, widely adaptable to various soils and climates, and requires low energy inputs to grow.

The goal of this research project is to couple hybrid poplar production with end-use ethanolproduction. Hybrid poplar (Populus spp.) is an important biomass crop being evaluated for cellulosic ethanol production.

Predictions of poplar growth, rotation period, and soil carbon sequestration under various growing conditions, soils, and climates are critical for farmers and managers planning to establish short-rotation forestry (SRF) plantations.

In this study, we used an ecoinformatics Cited by: 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 Family: Salicaceae.

@article{osti_, title = {Logging and Agricultural Residue Supply Curves for the Pacific Northwest}, author = {Kerstetter, James D. and Lyons, John Kim}, abstractNote = {This report quantified the volume of logging residues at the county level for current timber harvests. The cost of recovering logging residues was determined for skidding, yearding, loading, chipping and.

High demand for wood fibre in an environmentally acceptable manner has neccessitated the domestication of forest tree species in intensive forestry plantations, but making improvements for tree farming using conventional breeding technology is differcult due to the long periods required to generate mature flowering trees.

We will conduct research into the use of genetically. In this study, planting density and site effects on hybrid poplar productivity and stem dimensions were evaluated on the mid-term and longer term (8 and 14 years) in southern Québec (Canada).

We also evaluated the effects of planting density and site on biomass accumulation and carbon stocks in different plantation compartments, on biomass partitioning at the stand-level, on soil Cited by: 3.

Growing Poplar for Reuse Water and Biosolids Management in the Pacific Northwest. Todd Miller, Springfield, Oregon, and Ken Windram, Hayden, Idaho. Hybrid poplar trees are fast-growing with high absorption capacity for water, nutrients, and soil contaminants.

They are therefore well-suited as a complement to wastewater treatment. The economics of dedicated hybrid poplar biomass plantations in the western U.S. (In review for Biomass and Bioenergy).

Type: Journal Articles Status: Other Year Published: Citation: Describing arthropod communities in hybrid poplar biofuel plantations, R. Andrew Rodstrom, Tim Waters, and Bill Turner (manuscript in preparation).

Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, i.e. ), by David R. Darr, Thomas D. Fahey, and Or.) Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland (page images at HathiTrust).

Modeling Poplar Growth as a Short Rotation Woody Crop for Biofuels in the Pacific Northwest. Biomass and Bioenergy. Predicting the economic viability and environmental sustainability of a biofuels industry based on intensively cultivated short rotation woody crops (SRWC) requires spatial predictions of growth and yield under various.

I used to live in the Pacific Northwest and work in a hybrid poplar research lab. Now compared to a traditional forest setting, a hybrid poplar clone (often a P.

deltoidies - P. trichocarpa cross, sometimes others) can, in the right setting, produce four times the fiber per acre. Poplar is one of the best coppicing trees around. The Effects of Urea Fertilization on Carbon Sequestration on Douglas-fir Plantations of the Costal Pacific Northwest.

Shryock, B., Littke, K., Ciol, M., Briggs, D., & Harrison, R. The effects of urea fertilization on carbon sequestration on Douglas-fir. High levels of Roundup® and leaf-beetle resistance in genetically engineered hybrid cottonwoods, pp.

29–38, in Hybrid Poplars in the Pacific Northwest: Culture, Commerce, and Capability. by:   Goals / Objectives The overall goal of this project is to ready the Pacific Northwest (PNW) for a introduction of a % infrastructure compatible biofuels industry that meets the region's pro-rata share of Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS2) targets using sustainably grown regionally appropriate woody energy crops, thereby helping to revitalize the region's.

Thus, the Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (NARA): A New Vista for Green Fuels, Chemicals, and Environmentally Preferred Products (EPPs) has been created to both address and develop regional sustainable solutions for aviation fuel and key petrochemical replacements from sustainable woody-based resources in the Pacific Northwest.

In the Pacific Northwest, commercial hybrid poplar (Populus generosa Henry × Populus canadensis Moench.) is managed at low stocking densities.

Yield potential. An F1 hybrid of Kanlow and Summer yielded over 9 tons per acre. Yield is significantly reduced if a cultivar is planted over miles north or south of its origins. Expect 4–5 tons per acre in the Great Plains, 2–7 in the Midwest, and approximately 10 tons per acre in the southeast.

Production challenges. We calibrated and evaluated the agricultural model AquaCrop for the simulation of water use and yield of a short‐rotation coppice (SRC) plantation with poplar (Populus) in East Flanders (Belgium) during the second and the third rotation (first 2 years only).Differences in crop development and growth during the course of the rotations were taken into account during the Cited by: 6.

Bado, V. - Analysis of cropping system rotations in Burkina Faso with the Cropping System Model: A study of yield variability and soil carbon sequestration. Bae, J. - Enhanced Linkage Map of Creeping Bentgrass using ESTs, and Mapping QTLs for Leaf Color, Shoot Density, Aggressiveness and Disease Resistance.

Populus trichocarpa Torr. & Gray. Black Cottonwood. Salicaceae -- Willow family. Dean S. DeBell. Black cottonwood (Populus trichocarpa) is the largest of the American poplars and the largest hardwood tree in western North America.

Known also as balsam cottonwood, western balsam poplar, and California poplar, it grows primarily on moist sites west of the Rocky Mountains. The high-yield, intensive-culture systems used in the Pacific Northwest are the most dramatic examples.

Because of the high value of fiber and wood products compared to bioenergy products, for the near term DOE considers poplars as coproduct systems (i.e., residuals not used for wood or pulp would enter a bioenergy stream). @article{osti_, title = {What causes the density effect in young forest plantations?}, author = {Bond, Barbara J and Ritchie, Gary A}, abstractNote = {In young forest plantations, trees planted at high densities frequently show more rapid height and diameter growth than those plants at lower densities.

This positive growth response to density (the ''density. The standard thinking is that you can get a cord of wood per acre per year. Working in the poplar lab, I learned that you could get three or four times that much (by weight) with selected trees in row crop style plantations, on 5 to 10 year rotations.

If we throw in polyculture and coppice, we might get even more, or at least get it with less planting and fertilizing effort.  In a.

In a high-density plantation with hybrid poplar in the Pacific Northwest, U.S.A., density of fine roots by length per unit soil volume was greatest at the surface (i.e.

in the top m), but large and significant clonal differences have been reported.8', e^ The distribution of fine roots of poplar in the stratified soil profile in this Cited by: Stock No. For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office Washington, D.C., Early Survival of Cottonwood and Hybrid Poplar Plantations at Stoneville, Miss: Bull, Henry; Putnam, J.

Miscellaneous Publication (MISC)-SRS North Carolina’s timber industry, —timber product output and use—forest inventory and analysis factsheet: Bentley, James W.; Cooper, Jason A.; Howell, Michael: Science Update.

The yield advantages of artifical regeneration at high latitudes: proceedings of the Sixth International Workshop on Forest Regeneration / (Portland, Or.: Pacific Northwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service ; [Fairbanks, Alaska]: The School, ), by N.B.

International Workshop on Forest Regeneration (6th: Edmundston, Mayo.Converting A Pasture to A Silvopasture in the Pacific Northwest. 1. Silvopasture — 5.

Site Selection. AGROFORESTRY NOTES. AF Note — 26 September Synthesis of Experience. A single row Douglas fir silvopasture system. Pruning allows additional light under the trees and encourages forage production throughout the pasture. N. ational. A.View Professor Steven Strauss’ profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community.

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