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The treatment, planting and maintenance of dry banks in the Auckland area

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Show simple item record Hubbers, P. J. 2014-05-30T01:38:20Z 2014-05-30T01:38:20Z 1974
dc.description.abstract An endeavour will be made to more accurately define what constitutes a dry bank as specifically relating to the area being studied. Aridity and the factors that contribute to this condition will be discussed along with its measurement. Physiological adaptations of plants and how they enable various plants to survive dry conditions will be covered. The selection of material for planting in the dry slopes is based on their assessment over the last dry summer and by measurement. Planting methods and treatment as they apply to dry slopes plus maintenance required. en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher Lincoln College, University of Canterbury en
dc.subject dry banks en
dc.subject Auckland en
dc.subject landscape en
dc.subject plant selection en
dc.subject slope en
dc.subject hillside plantings en
dc.title The treatment, planting and maintenance of dry banks in the Auckland area en
dc.type Thesis en University of Canterbury en Diploma en National Diploma in Horticulture en
lu.contributor.unit Department of Agricultural Sciences en
dc.rights.accessRights Digital thesis can be viewed by current staff and students of Lincoln University only. Print copy available for reading in Lincoln University Library. May be available through inter-library loan. en
dc.subject.anzsrc 120107 Landscape Architecture en
dc.subject.anzsrc 050104 Landscape Ecology en

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