Document Library

An index to our poplar and willow documentation

Factsheet 5: Giant willow aphid

Giant Willow Aphid, Tuberolachnus salignus was first sighted and reported in December, 2013 from Auckland. As of March 2014 it can be found throughout the North Island and as far as Clyde in the South Island. This aphid dispersed at a very rapid rate.

Topics: Pests; Giant Willow Aphid Tuberolachnus salignus ;

Document Type: Fact Sheets;

Factsheet 6: Benefits from using poplars and willows on NZ dairy farms

Poplars and Willows are extremely versatile trees that can deliver significant cost savings and provide excellent support in achieving environmental outcomes for dairy farmers.

Topics: Effluent Management; Erosion Control; Poplar Information; Willow Information;

Document Type: Fact Sheets;

Fodder Tree Project

Topics: Fodder;

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Forestry in Sweden

Birger Hjelm

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

Topics: Cultivation; Poplar Information;

Document Type: Presentations; IPC - Gisborne 2014;

Growing Poplar and Willow Trees on Farms

Guidelines for Establishing and Managing Poplar and Willow Trees on Farms Compiled and Prepared by the National Poplar and Willow Users Group as part of the Sustainable Farming Fund’s Poplar & Willow Project (Grant No. 04/089)

Topics: Cultivation; Trees for the Farm;

Document Type: Publications;

Hill Country Heroes

The New Zealand Poplar & Willow Trust corporate document explains the trust and the importance of poplar and willows in New Zealand

Topics: Erosion Control; Poplar Information; Willow Information;

Document Type: Publications;

Influence of slope position on ‘Veronese’ poplar root growth

Slope position and poplar root development

Topics: Erosion Control; Farms;

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Keys to achieving successful coverage of poplars and willows on erosion prone pastoral hill country

Stan Braaksma

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

Topics: Erosion Control; Farms; Rivers;

Document Type: Presentations; IPC - Gisborne 2014;