NZJFS - Volume 20 (1990)

  • Pyrolysis products of Pinus contorta bark

    T.D. Lomax and R.A. Franich
    [395.9 KB] (pdf).
  • AUTOSAW system for sawing simulation

    C. L. Todoroki
    [1.4 MB] (pdf).
  • Linear programming and related approaches in forest planning

    O. Garcia
    [2.9 MB] (pdf).
  • Triclopyr : the forest managers' alternative to 2 4 5-T?

    J. M. Balneaves and N. A. Davenhill
    [1.2 MB] (pdf).
  • Offspring sex ratios of Bracon phylacteophagus as influenced by host size and maternal age.

    W. Faulds
    [435.4 KB] (pdf).
  • Selection of special-purpose species effect of pests and diseases

    I. Nicholas and E. Hay
    [1.3 MB] (pdf).
  • Response of young Pinus radiata to cultivation and fertiliser near Motueka, New Zealand

    D. J. Mead
    [1.2 MB] (pdf).
  • Water potential and subsequent growth of Pinus radiata seedlings influence of lifting, packaging and storage conditions

    J. M. Balneaves and M. I. Menzies
    [984.1 KB] (pdf).
  • Nematodes in New Zealand forest nurseries

    G. W. Yeates
    [865.7 KB] (pdf).
  • Changes in transverse wood permeability during the drying of Dacrydium cupressinum and Pinus radiata

    R. E. Booker
    [3.6 MB] (pdf).
  • Provenance variation in wood properties of Pinus caribaea var hondurensis

    J. A. Wright
    [1.1 MB] (pdf).
  • Spring needle-cast of Pinus radiata in Tasmania: II. Effects of fertilisers and thinning on disease severity, and the impact of disease on growth

    F. D. Podger and T. J. Wardlaw
    [1.6 MB] (pdf).
  • Spring needle-cast of Pinus radiata in Tasmania: I. Symptoms, distribution, and association with Cyclaneusma minus

    F. D. Podger and T. J. Wardlaw
    [2.4 MB] (pdf).
  • Growth of pampas grass (Cortaderia spp.) in New Zealand Pinus radiata forests

    R. L. Gadgil, P. G. Barton, P. J. Allen and A. M. Sandberg
    [664.1 KB] (pdf).
  • Herbicides increase growth responses to fertilizer in a 5-year-old Eucalyptus regnans plantation

    M. G. Messina
    [899.0 KB] (pdf).
  • Diameter growth of Eucalyptus grandis under conditions of extreme suppression

    B. V. Bredenkamp and H. E. Burkhart
    [578.6 KB] (pdf).
  • Early growth of Eucalyptus delegatensis provenances in four field trials in south-eastern Australia

    G. F. Moran, R. I. Forrester and A. F. Rout
    [1.5 MB] (pdf).
  • Internode length of hoop pine genetic parameters and prospects for developing a long internode breed

    M. J. J. Dieters, R. R. Woolaston and D. G. Nikles
    [877.6 KB] (pdf).
  • Strangulation of pre-treatment effect on the development and rooting of fascicle cuttings of Pinus radiata

    D. S. Koh, M. I. Menzies and S. O. Hong
    [1010.7 KB] (pdf).
  • Area conservation mechanisms associated with forest management

    L. R. Broad
    [717.8 KB] (pdf).
  • Analysis and simulation of a logging weighbridge installation

    D. C. McNickle and R. C. Woollons
    [887.7 KB] (pdf).
  • Structural root morphology and biomass of three age-classes of Pinus radiata

    A. Watson and C. O'Loughlin
    [1.4 MB] (pdf).
  • Species associations in Ips grandicollis galleries in Pinus taeda

    C. Stone and J. A. Simpson
    [2.2 MB] (pdf).
  • Leaf-inhabiting fungi of eucalypts in New Zealand. II.

    M. Dick
    [1.1 MB] (pdf).
  • Introduction into New Zealand of Bracon phylacteophagus, a biocontrol agent of Phylacteophaga froggatti, eucalyptus leaf-mining sawfly

    W. Faulds
    [1.1 MB] (pdf).
  • Planting density effects on water use efficiency of trees and pasture in an agroforestry experiment

    J. Eastham, C. W. Rose, D. A. Charles-Edwards, D. M. Cameron and S. J. Rance
    [1.5 MB] (pdf).
  • Variation in nutrient concentrations within Pinus radiata trees and their relationship to tree size

    H. A. I. Madgwick and D. J. Mead
    [868.5 KB] (pdf).
  • Growth effects of large gaps in Pinus radiata plantations

    G. Minko and G. Hepworth
    [653.8 KB] (pdf).
  • Allozyme analysis in seed and tree identification in New Zealand

    H. L. Billington, G. B. Sweet and P. Bolton
    [612.6 KB] (pdf).
  • General and specific combining ability in families of Pinus radiata in New South Wales Australia

    I. G. Johnson
    [1.3 MB] (pdf).
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