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New Zealand Journal of Forestry (1964) 9(1): 37–44
©New Zealand Institute of Forestry

Research article
Forestry Extension through Company Forestry in New ZEaland

J.G. Groome

The constitution of ownership and current trends of company exotic forestry in New Zealand are elaborated and the reasons for these discussed. Eighty-nine per cent, of company forests are now held by enterprises carrying out their own utilization, many areas having been acquired by such firms during the past ten years.
A continuing lack of finance and unfavourable taxation regulations are given as reasons for the present restricted extension of forests by companies. Three possible schemes to alleviate this situation are suggested.

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