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  • Report: Kawa poplar timber - properties and market opportunities
    Dean Satchell, Northland Regional Council, February 2023 (Access: unrestricted)
    Poplar remains a core soil conservation species in New Zealand because of its site adaptability and fast growth, along with its ability to take root on site from poles, stakes and wands. A…
  • Improving the efficiency of planting poplar wands
    Dean Satchell, Northland Regional Council, January 2023 (Access: unrestricted)
    Acknowledgements: Many thanks to the MPI Hill Country Erosion Programme for supporting Northland Regional Council to achieve improved soil conservation outcomes and build our technical capacity. Introduction The objective of this research…
  • Growing containerised poplar nursery stock - first year results
    Dean Satchell, Northland Regional Council, January 2023 (Access: unrestricted)
    Acknowledgements: Many thanks to the MPI Hill Country Erosion Programme for supporting Northland Regional Council to achieve improved soil conservation outcomes and build our technical capacity. Introduction Poplar cuttings can be…
  • Report: Trees for steep slopes - poplar
    Dean Satchell, July 2018 (Access: unrestricted)
    In this page: Establishment Siting Silviculture Weed potential Timber Poplar and willows are widely planted in pastoral hill country for erosion control. Poplar also has potential as a plantation forestry…

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