Far North field day Re-conceptualising weedy scrub

Satchell, Dean; Lane, Doug
August 2009
New Zealand Tree Grower;Aug2009, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p39
The article offers information on a field day trip to Far North, an ex-dairy and drystock property in New Zealand. Six hectares of the 15-hectare property is owned by Paul and Katarina Quinlan. The property received an approval from the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry for Sustainable Forest Management Plan. A saw-milling demonstration was conducted using a Woodmizer portable saw mill. Two totara logs were also slabbed and milled. The author highlights the pruning wounds inside the small milled totara log.


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