Research Archive

Department of Land Management and Systems

Research Archive

Department of Land Management and Systems

 

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  • McCaskill, L.W. (Canterbury Agricultural College, University of New Zealand, 1929)
    In 1869, New Zealand use 216 tons of imported fertilizers in addition to a very small amount of local bonedust. Sixty years later, the imports amounted to 324,145 tons, while local production was in the neighbourhood of ...
  • Shi, W.; Bloomberg, Mark; Li, G.; Su, S.; Jia, L. (Public Library of Science, 2017)
    Artificial excision of the distal part of acorns in order to promote germination is well researched in oak seedling cultivation studies. However, studies of combined effects of cotyledon excision and nursery fertilization ...
  • Ganivet, E.; Moltchanova, E.; Bloomberg, Mark (SpringerOpen on behalf of SCION, 2017-12)
    Background: A model of individual tree growth using simple predictors in a managed black beech (Fuscospora solandri (Hook.f.) Heenan & Smissen) forest could provide a useful tool for predicting future stand characteristics. ...
  • Old, Kevin; Nuthall, Peter L. (New Zealand Institute of Primary Industry Management (NZIPIM), 2015-06)
    There is a strong belief that few farmers think well ahead on matters of farm asset succession. Nor do they take action, despite most professionals recommending that plans should be developed early in the life of a farm ...
  • Woodford, Keith B.; Lucock, Xiaomeng (New Zealand Institute of Primary Industry Management Inc., 2014-09)
    Wine production and consumption in China has been increasing rapidly. The wine producing regions are mainly in the drier northern part of the country and span the geographic breadth of China from west to east. About 80 per ...

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