Document Library

An index to our poplar and willow documentation

An Ecosystem Services Approach to the Evaluation of Soil Conservation in New Zealand hill country

Estelle Dominati & Alec Mackay

A presentation at the IPC Working Party in Gisborne, 2014.

Topics: Erosion Control; Farms; Rivers; Fodder;

Document Type: Presentations; IPC - Gisborne 2014;

Aspendale Arboretum 2003-2014

Allan Wilkinson

A presentation at the IPC Working Party in Gisborne, 2014.

Topics: Poplar Information; Willow Information;

Document Type: Presentations; IPC - Gisborne 2014;

Conservation trees add value in erosion prone hill country

Ian McIvor, Grant Douglas & Alec Mackay

A presentation at the IPC Working Party in Gisborne, 2014.

Topics: Erosion Control; Farms; Poplar Information; Willow Information;

Document Type: Presentations; IPC - Gisborne 2014;

Effect of space-planted ‘Veronese’ poplars on pasture production in hill country

Stephanie Sloan, Peter Kemp, Steve Green & Ian McIvor

A presentation at the IPC Working Party in Gisborne, 2014.

Topics: Erosion Control; Farms; Cultivation;

Document Type: Presentations; IPC - Gisborne 2014;

Effect of trees on hill country soil stability of hill country soils

A study of transpiration and root distribution

Topics: Erosion Control; Farms;

Document Type:

Endophytes for Increased Rooting and Better Growth

Sharon Doty

A presentation at the IPC Working Party in Gisborne, 2014.

Topics: Cultivation;

Document Type: Presentations; IPC - Gisborne 2014;

Environmental impact of commercial poplar and willow short rotation forestry stands on water and soil

I. Dimitriou, P. Aronsson & B. Mola

A presentation at the IPC Working Party in Gisborne, 2014.

Topics: Erosion Control; Cultivation;

Document Type: Presentations; IPC - Gisborne 2014;

Factsheet 3: Setting up a willow coppice block for fodder

Tree fodder is a valuable source of stock nutrition, especially during periods of drought.

Topics: Fodder;

Document Type: Fact Sheets;

Factsheet 4: Willow sawfly, Nematus oligospilus

Willow sawfly was first discovered in Auckland in 1997, and is now found throughout New Zealand.

Topics: Pests; Willow sawfly, Nematus oligospilus;

Document Type: Fact Sheets;