In this study, MDF was produced from three clones of poplar (Populus e. vernirubensis, Populus e. costanzo, P. e. 561.41) in order to consider the effects of steaming time and age on medium density. Age of poplar clones were 4 years and 12 years. Further to age of poplar clones, the influence of steaming time on MDF properties is investigated. The results show that increasing steaming time leads to decrease of internal bond and bending properties of the boards. Also, it is found that minimum swelling thickness of boards was obtained at 15 minutes steaming time because of fiber hydrophilic properties were decreased. There was no significant difference between strength properties of the boards made up of 4 years and 12 years old poplar clones except thickness swelling. The effect of clone its age on swelling thickness after 2 hours and 24 hours was significant and swelling thickness of the boards made by poplar clones 4 years old was less than that of made by poplar clones 12 years old.