Acacia Melanoxylon Interest Group Organisation
Acacia Melanoxylon Interest Group Organisation (AMIGO) Brings together members interested in growing Tasmanian Blackwood - professional forest researchers, timber marketers and commercial users in an information sharing network aimed at creating a sustainable NZ resource of plantation grown quality hardwood. Join NZFFA »
- Report: Trees for steep slopes - Blackwood
Dean Satchell, July 2018 (Access: unrestricted)
In this page: Establishment, siting and management Weed potential Timber The extensive root system offered by blackwood deserves more attention in stabilising erodible hillsides (Brown, 2006a). Blackwood coppices and suckers…
- Growing Blackwoods - Video
The video features the late Ian Nicholas discussing a series of 25-year-old blackwood regime trials, where different pruning, thinning, and final crop stocking regimes have been tested. The trials have…
- Australian blackwood (Acacia melanoxylon)
NZFFA Information leaflet No. 20 (2005). From the first days of European colonisation the Australian blackwood has had a place among the world’s great decorative timbers. It’s natural range in Australia…
- Trees on Farms videos featuring blackwood
- Blackwood Management: Learning from New Zealand
Brown, A. G. (ed). (2004). Paper presented at the International Workshop, Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation. Rotorua (2002).
Contributions from Ian Nicholas, Ham Gifford, Greg Steward and Ian Barton.
- Properties and utilisation of exotic specialty timbers grown in New Zealand, part II: Australian blackwood Acacia melanoxylon R. Br
FRI Bulletin No. 119, part II, Haslett, A. N. (1986).