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  • Report: Trees for steep slopes - kauri
    Dean Satchell, July 2018 (Access: unrestricted)
    In this page: Siting Management and silviculture Pests and diseases Timber Kauri (Agathis australis) has long been regarded as the Lord of the Forest, the dominant tree species of the…
  • Report: Trees for steep slopes - Southern beech
    Dean Satchell, July 2018 (Access: unrestricted)
    In this page: Management and silviculture Siting Silver beech Black beech and Mountain beech Red beech Hard beech Pests and diseases Timber A number of Southern beech species are indigenous…
  • Report: Trees for steep slopes - totara
    Dean Satchell, July 2018 (Access: unrestricted)
    In this page: Siting Management and silviculture Pests and diseases Timber Totara is a native conifer and member of the podocarp family, with two species growing into large trees, Podocarpus totara and P.…
  • Report: Trees for steep slopes - manuka
    Dean Satchell, July 2018 (Access: unrestricted)
    Mānuka is not a plantation forestry species for timber, but there is considerable interest in plantations for producing honey. There has been international acceptance of the medicinal properties of mānuka honey,…
  • Report: Pathways to Building Code compliance for farm-totara timber
    Dean Satchell, June 2016 (Access: unrestricted)
    Potential markets for farm-totara timber would be significantly improved by providing compliance pathways under New Zealand’s performance-based Building Code. A range of products and applications hold the promise of market…
  • Natives for Timber or Amenity
    Indigenous Forest Section, July 2008 (Access: unrestricted)
    Nothing can be more rewarding for a forester than creating and nurturing a native plantation from 10 years on their size, growth rate, form and rapid maturation looks and feels…

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