Afforestation in New Zealand

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    THAT private companies have been formed in New Zealand to promote afforestation work is well known. Many of these companies have now been federated into the New Zealand Timber Growers' Association, which publishes an official quarterly known as the Timber Growers' Quarterly Review, the second number (for September last) of which has recently appeared. This number deals primarily with reports, etc., of the 1930 Conference of the member companies of the Association.

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    Afforestation in New Zealand. Nature 127, 255 (1931). https://doi.org/10.1038/127255a0

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