Tinui Forest Park field day

Levett, Allan
November 2004
New Zealand Tree Grower;Nov2004, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p42
Highlights a field day trip at Tinui Forest Park in New Zealand. Information on stringybark tree species planted in October 2003; Description of macrocarpa and lusitanca planted in 2002; View on cypresses and nurse pines planted in alternate rows.


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