By Ridley & Dick (2001).
This book has developed from notes prepared for teaching courses on forestry and amenity tree diseases for tree health surveillance staff in government and industry, and is a basic introduction.
By Ian Nicholas & Ian Brown.
The aim of this manual, a joint venture between AMIGO (Acacia Melanoxylon Interest Group Organisation), Forest Research and MAF, is to assemble the latest knowledge on the growing and processing of blackwood.
By Rowland D. Burdon and William J. Libby.
The term biotechnology came into common usage in the 1980s. Broadly defined, it is anything that combines biology and technology, but it commonly refers to genetic manipulation of plants and animals.
By Neil Barr
Neil Barr farmed at Kaukapakapa and was a founding member of the New Zealand Farm Forestry Association. He farmed with eucalypts all his life and developed a strong interest in farm forestry.