When should pine trees be thinned and pruned?
NZ Wood does not itself carry detailed information related to the growing of trees. However the website of one of our founding partners, the New Zealand Farm Forestry Association, provides a wealth of valuable information resource for those considering embarking in small scale forestry and silviculture.
This website also lists contact details for numerous members and local agencies to which you would be welcome to approach for further advice.
Registered forestry consultants are also available to give advice. They can be found in the Yellow Pages under “Forestry Consultants”.