Macrocarpa and cypresses in general

Tantrum, Don
February 2010
New Zealand Tree Grower;Feb2010, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p30
The author offers information about the cypress tree. He cites that he prefers seedlings than cuttings for planting cypresses. He recommends to prune cypresses lightly and often. He mentions several measures for thinning the trees, ways to avoid the disease known as canker and the characteristics of a durable timber.


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