This map shows the region called Waenganui (the middle) by scholars. Around 15% of the Māori population lived there when Europeans arrived. Only limited horticulture using Polynesian cultigens was possible in this area.
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Source: Janet Davidson, The prehistory of New Zealand. Auckland: Longman Paul, 1987, p. 34