Pine and presentations at Ahuriri

Gavin, Terry; Gavin, Claire
May 2008
New Zealand Tree Grower;May2008, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p3
The article highlights a field visit to the Ahuriri Farm in New Zealand. Owned by the Graham family since World War II, the Ahuriri Farm is a sheep and cattle farm located on the southern side of Banks Peninsula between Tai Tapu and Motukarara. Charles Etherington of Warren Forestry discussed joint venture forestry schemes. According to Etherington, among the advantages of joint venture forestry schemes include greater area and greater concentration on farming. Meanwhile, Euan Mason delivered a presentation about the Ahuriri clone and competition experiment with radiata pine.


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