Information sources on native tree

Bergin, David
November 2005
New Zealand Tree Grower;Nov2005, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p11
This article presents information on several books included in the new series New Zealand Indigenous Tree Bulletins. The first book describes past use, current distribution and useful characteristics of totara. It has a wide range of features that deserve special consideration including cultural and heritage values. The second book gives an overview of the mode of growth, distribution and ecology of kauri. It focuses on planting individual trees and managing kauri. The last book examines the range of objectives and the site types where that planting of native tree species can be appropriate in our productive landscapes.


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