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New Zealand Journal of Forestry (1969) 14(2): 170–177
©New Zealand Institute of Forestry

Research article
Some Establishment Problems in Southland and Otago

G.B. Wilkinson

This paper defines briefly the more important basic planning principles to be considered in a large afforestation programme. In addition, detailed nursery and establishment problems are examined, with particular reference to nursery management tree stock quality and handling under Southland conditions. Species siting and attendant problems are discussed. Finally, some particular establishment conditions associated with Central Otago are reviewed. Within this area, harsh site factors

Keywords: occasioned by high altitude and severe climatic conditions

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