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Ecology, growth and management of black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.), a non-native species integrated into European forests

Valeriu-Norocel Nicolescu 1 • Károly Rédei 2 William Mason 3 • Torsten Vor 4 Elisabeth Pöetzelsberger 5 Jean-Charles Bastien 6 Robert Brus 7 • Tibor Benčať 8 Martina Đodan 9 • Branislav Cvjetkovic 10 Siniša Andrašev 11 Nicola La Porta 12 • Vasyl Lavnyy 13 • Dejan Mandžukovski 14 • Krasimira Petkova 15 • Dušan Roženbergar 7 Radosław Wąsik 16 Godefridus Mohren 17 Maria Cristina Monteverdi 18 Brigitte Musch 6 Marcin Klisz 19 • Sanja Perić 9 • Ljiljana Keça 20 Debbie Bartlett 21 Cornelia Hernea 22 Michal Pástor 8
Abstract : Black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.), a species native to the eastern North America, was introduced to Europe probably in 1601 and currently extends over 2.3 × 10 6 ha. It has become naturalized in all sub-Mediterranean and temperate regions rivaling Populus spp. as the second most planted broadleaved tree species worldwide after Eucalyptus spp. This wide-spreading planting is because black locust is an important multipurpose species, producing Project funding: This study was not funded by any source but carried out voluntarily by a group of people (university staff, researchers, practitioners) interested in the ecology, growth and yield and management of black locust.
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Valeriu-Norocel Nicolescu, • Károly Rédei, William Mason, • Torsten Vor, Elisabeth Pöetzelsberger, et al.. Ecology, growth and management of black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.), a non-native species integrated into European forests. Journal of Forestry Research, Springer Verlag, 2020, 31 (4), pp.1081-1101. ⟨10.1007/s11676-020-01116-8⟩. ⟨hal-03153315⟩

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