Pests and diseases of forestry in New Zealand



 Gum-tree weevil (Gonipterus platensis, Formerly known as G. scuttelatus) in New Zealand

 

GUM TREE WEEVIL – SAME INSECT, DIFFERENT NAME
Forest Health News No. 222, February 2012

Gonipterus scutellatus, Gum-tree weevil
Forest and Timber Insects in New Zealand No. 8



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    January, 2016
    The NZ Farm Forestry Association, with support from the Forest Growers Commodity Levy, has just produced guidelines to help growers comply with current health and safety legislation as it applies to…

  • Exceptional Efforts by New Zealand Forester Rewarded
    January, 2016
    The Wood Council of New Zealand is delighted that Dr Andrew McEwen has received an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the New Year Honours' List for…

  • Afforestation, Taxation, and the Paris Climate Talks
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    The Paris climate deal is likely to focus Government’s attention on making the Emission Trading Scheme work to accelerate the national rate that land is afforested, either as new planting…

  • New Zealand Forest Certification Association Incorporated
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    The Programme for Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC), one of the world’s leading forest certification schemes has, this week in Switzerland, endorsed the New Zealand Forest Certification Scheme.  “We are…

  • Wood Council of New Zealand - New Leadership
    December, 2015
    Brian Stanley has been elected Chair of the Wood Council of New Zealand. The Wood Council celebrates its 10th anniversary this year as New Zealand's peak body for the forest…

  • Updating you with the latest research from the GCFF programme
    December, 2015
    Identifying where our planted forests are underperforming, the establishment of a new field trials to test the legacy effects of nursery management and the establishment of an automated system to…

  • Fire risk spreads with wilding conifers
    December, 2015
    Wilding conifers have long been considered a risk to our ecologically significant highland regions, but they may also significantly increase wildfire hazards The invasion of unwanted wilding conifers throughout highland…

  • Government agricultural emissions pledge
    December, 2015
    The New Zealand Institute of Forestry suggests there is cost-effective technologies Agriculture can do about their emissions. The New Zealand Institute of Forestry (NZIF) strongly disagree with the Prime Minister…

  • The Land and Water Forum releases fourth report on water management
    December, 2015
    The Land and Water Forum (LWF) today published its fourth report, outlining 60 new consensus recommendations for how New Zealand should improve its management of fresh water and calling on…

  • Forest owners sign biosecurity agreement with government
    November, 2015
    The Forest Owners Association says having a biosecurity agreement with the government is a vital part of the forest industry’s defence system. FOREST OWNERS ASSOCIATION MEDIA RELEASE 5/11/2015 Forest defence…

  • Forest owners welcome border levy
    October, 2015
    Forest owners are welcoming the planned introduction of the new clearance levy to help fund border biosecurity. Forest Owners Association Media release, 14 October 2015 “It is important that those who…

  • Steve Wilton re-elected to Forest Levy board
    October, 2015
    Steve Wilton has been re-elected to the Forest Growers Levy Trust board as a representative of growers of small plantation forests. Forest Growers Levy Trust MEDIA RELEASE, 28 October 2015 He…


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