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The population structure of invading Pinus contorta stands in the central North Island, especially in Dracophyllum subulatum communities and its implications for management and control
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1989)
Various open Protected Natural Areas in the central North Island are currently being invaded by P.contorta. Control has proven troublesome and expensive. The autecology of undisturbed P.contorta in Te Papa, east of ...