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In addition to black locust ( Robinia pseudoacacia L.) and hybrid poplars, northern red oak ( Quercus rubra L.) can be considered the third most important exotic stand-forming tree species in Hungary. Due to its advantageous silvicultural and growth characteristics, as well as its wood utilization possibilities, the present area northern red oak st...
Red oak (Quercus rubra L.) is our most important exotic oak species, that possesses growing culture with almost one hundred years in our country. Plantation character of red oak growing predominates principally by applied regeneration method (mostly artificial), regular planting space, applying defined method and planting space regulation system. F...
In Hungary, the red oak (Quercus rubra), the most widespread non-native oak has been grown in forests for more than 100 years. Due to its fast growth, high yield and valuable timber material it is the most important exotic tree species besides the hybrid poplars and black locust. The variations of the natural regeneration technologies applicable in...