More about durable eucalypts for vineyard timber

Millen, Paul
February 2009
New Zealand Tree Grower;Feb2009, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p31
The article focuses on the New Zealand Dryland Forests Initiative. The initiative is the product of a collaboration among the New Zealand School of Forestry, Proseed, Marlborough Research Centre and Vineyard Timbers, among others. For its first tree breeding trials, the group was able to obtain a total of $80,000 grants from the Agricultural and Marketing Research and Development Trust. The tree species chosen for the project are Eucalyptus bosistoana and Eucalyptus argopholia.


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