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The second major joint NZDFI/University of Canterbury workshop, held on June 19th 2018, again reflected the high-calibre research being undertaken by a number of UC departments and others. We are making huge strides!
We would like to thank all those who attended, all presenters, and all project funders and supporters. .
All workshop presentations are available for download below.
|The strategy for establishing a durable eucalyptus industry||Paul Millen (NZDFI Project Manager)|
|Eucalyptus trees with abundant heartwood of good quality||Dr Clemens Altaner/Yanjie Lie (UC School of Forestry)|
|Growth models for durable eucalypts||Serajis Salekin /Dr Justin Morgenroth (UC School of Forestry)|
|Managing insect pests in durable eucalypt plantations||Dr Tara Murray (UC School of Forestry)|
|The NZDFI breeding programme||Dr Luis Apiolaza (UC School of Forestry) and Ruth McConnochie (NZDFI)|
|Measuring sapwood depth on standing trees||Bill Heffernan / Nurzhan Nursultanov (EPEC Centre)|
|Wireless TreeTap||Michael Hayes / Michael Frampton (UC School of Electrical Engineering)|
|The Japanese export market for durable eucalypts: technical specifications||Tomo Kakitani (Sumitomo)|
|Laminated veneer lumber (LVL) from E. globoidea||Fei Guo (UC School of Forestry)|
|Making durable eucalypts fit for processing – early selection for low growth-strain||Nick Davies/Dr Clemens Altaner (UC School of Forestry)|
|Propagation of improved durable eucalypts||Paul Schroeder (Proseed)|
|Minimising growth strain to transform processing: SFF Project 407602 summary||Dr Clemens Altaner (UC School of Forestry)|