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New Zealand Journal of Forestry (1973) 18(1): 152–156
©New Zealand Institute of Forestry

Research article
Grazing in young plantations of Radiata Pine established after clearing logged and reverted indigenous forest.

A. E. Beveridge , B. K. Klomp and R. L. Knowles

This note describes the conditions generally encountered in establishing and tending radiata pine on sites cleared of indi-genous forest on the Mamaku plateau. Cattle grazing, and tend-ing according to a short-rotation sawlog regime, have been tried on an experimental scale, and appear to overcome many of the problems arising from more conventional treatment.
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