In common ash
and silver poplar, stomatal closure proceeded very fast and was quite efficient; after the first peak, AE rate did not increase within the next 6 hours.
As sometimes the regeneration is not complete (does not cover the whole stand area), sessile oak plants as well as plants of other valuable broadleaved species (e.g., common ash
, sycamore, wild cherry Prunus avium L., linden, etc.) can be planted to enrich the newly established stand.
Johnson adds that there are a great many legends passed down about the common ash
. "Not even the oak carries quite such significance out of the murk of legendary time as the ash.
There are some specimens of the common ash
, Fraxinus excelsior and Common Beech, Fagus sylvatica in our local woodlands but they are never as common as our wonderful oaks and birches.
The CFBC ash samples used for the investigation were named as bottom ash (CFBC/BA), intrex ash (CFBC/INT), economizer ash (CFBC/ECO), air preheater ash (PHA), electrostatic precipitator ash--fields from 1st to 4th (CFBC/ESPA 1-4), and mixture of ashes taken from common ash
silo, whereby the ash is collected from different equipments before landfilling on ash fields (CFBC/Mix).
Checks: A piece of common ash
tree trunk which has been infected.
The CFBC ashes studied were bottom ash (CFBC/BA), intrex ash (CFBC/INT), economizer ash (CFBC/ECO), air preheater ash (CFBC/PHA), electrostatic precipitator ash from fields 1 and 4 (CFBC/ESPA 1 and 4) and mixture of ashes (CFBC/Mix) taken from a common ash
silo where the ash from different units is collected before landfilling on ash fields.
or common ashes
Fraxinus excelsior L., which may be infested by F.