Young radiata pine trees are being planted out on scrub-cleared hill country near Ngāruawāhia. The planters carry a box of young plants on their back, and at regular intervals they make a cut in the soil with their spade and plant one. Around 1,200 trees are planted per hectare.
Te whakamahi i tēnei tūemi
New Zealand Logger Magazine
Photograph by Phil Whyte
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