Bioecological peculiarities of introduction of pallas pine format on the territory of the Centrally Black Soil region of Russia
Автор: Levin S., Paschenko V.
Рубрика: Лесная селекция
Статья в выпуске: 4, 2018 года.
This article examines biological and environmental responses of introducing the Pallas Pine (Pinus pallasiana Lamb.) in the Russian Black Soil Region. Specifically, it explores the Pallas Pine's adaptation patterns, which are not well studied on the territory of the Black Soil Region. The article provides an overview of the research conducted by the authors over a number of years to study the introduction of this type of pines in the region. The topic presents a scientific interest in light of the challenges encountered while growing the Common Pine, especially on sandy soils, reclaimed lands or formerly farmlands, which are known to see the appearance of the pine fungus when the trees' differentiation begins. The pine fungus participates in the single evolutionary strategy of the geobiocoenosis - creating sustainability of the tree stock. It is the Crimean Pine which is most suitable for the environmental conditions where multi-layered, mixed types of trees grow resistant to the any pathological factors...
Pallas or crimean pine, introduction, adaptation, taxation indicators, pine fungus
Короткий адрес: https://readera.org/143166239
IDR: 143166239 | DOI: 10.24419/LHI.2304-3083.2018.4.08