http://silvicultura-mediu.ro/bucovina-forestiera.ro/index.php/bf/issue/feed Bucovina Forestieră 2020-08-07T12:38:28+03:00 Mihai-Leonard Duduman bucovinaforestiera@usm.ro Open Journal Systems <p>BUCOVINA FORESTIERĂ is a national journal, open to all those interested in the forest and its issues and, in general, the environment.</p> http://silvicultura-mediu.ro/bucovina-forestiera.ro/index.php/bf/article/view/25 The dynamics and growth characteristics of six hybrid poplar clones during a production cycle in a comparative plantation from Rădăuți Depression 2020-08-05T21:46:49+03:00 Iulian Constantin Dănilă iuliandanila@usm.ro Daniel Avăcăriței davacaritei@yahoo.com Alexei Savin alexeisavin@gmail.com Cătălin Constantin Roibu catalinroibu@usm.ro Olivier Bouriaud obouriaud@gmail.com Mihai-Leonard Duduman mduduman@usv.ro Laura Bouriaud bouriaud@gmail.com <p>The poplar (<em>Populus</em> spp.) plays an important role in worldwide forest economy, responding to the necessities of obtaining high biomass production in a short time. Short rotation forests (SRF) are developing continuously in Romania. Several studies have been undertaken to identify the clones with high productivity and suitable technologies. The aim of this study was to register the annual increments in diameter, height and volume in an experimental poplar crops with a short-term rotation of 5 years. The poplar cultures are composed from 6 types of hybrid poplar clones (AF2, AF6, Monviso, A4A, Pannonia and Max4) with a density of 2667 trees ha<sup>-1</sup>. The research results show a clear differentiation among clones’ increments. The highest increments were obtained with AF2 and AF6 clones in five years, with almost 0.038 m<sup>3</sup> an<sup>-1</sup>. The lowest increment was observed for Max4 clone with 0.028 m<sup>3</sup>.</p> 2020-08-07T00:00:00+03:00 Copyright (c) 2015 Bucovina Forestieră