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Spatial distribution of the rodent population at Boundary Stream Mainland Island and determination of the efficacy of different baits used for rodent control
(Lincoln University, 2008)
Poison operations are a widely used technique for rodent control in the indigenous forests of New Zealand. This study examined the bait-take and rat monitoring data obtained for continuous poison operations at Boundary ...
New toxin research
(Indigenous Forest Section of the New Zealand Farm Forestry Association, 2010)
Collaboration between Lincoln University, the private sector, Otago and Auckland Universities, the Department of Conservation, Regional Councils, Pest Control Professionals and Community groups coupled with AHB and FRST ...