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New Zealand Tree Grower, November 2005

  • Black beech management
    John Wardle, New Zealand Tree Grower November 2005. Rosalie and I purchased a property near Oxford in the Canterbury foothills in 1973. This property had about 84 hectares of black beech…
  • Are you in the business of forestry?
    Murray Downs, New Zealand Tree Grower November 2005. As a farm forester, what tree tax deductions are you entitled to? It all depends whether you are a lifestyler, investor, farmer or…
  • Continuous cover forestry - an introduction
    Ian Barton
    This article covers the basic principles of continuous cover forestry. The second part, due to be published in the February Tree Grower, will deal with establishment, silviculture and harvesting. Continuous…
  • The new look Indigenous Forest Section
    Mike Halliday and John Wardle, New Zealand Tree Grower November 2005. The Indigenous Forest Section of the NZFFA was formed in August 1995, partly in response to the passing of the…
  • Information sources on native tree species
    David Bergin, New Zealand Tree Grower November 2005. There is a large number of publications and information sources for those wanting to establish native plants, or for those embarking on management…
  • Business and environment friendly tax changes
    Ian Cairns, New Zealand Tree Grower November 2005. Farm foresters could benefit from recently announced tax changes. These changes are designed to encourage environmental expenditure and site restoration, such as riparian…
  • Pine plantations and water quality in central North Island lakes
    John Quinn, New Zealand Tree Grower November 2005. Increasing nutrient levels threaten the quality of many central North Island lakes. A long term study showed that nutrients leaking from land to…

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