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Myrtle Rust Resources
Updated: 22 January 2018

An increasing number of myrtle rust cases are being reported in Auckland and around the North Island, which have the potential to have significant impacts on our amenity trees, the way we work, and what our landscape may look like in decades to come.
MPI have shared a selection of flyers with NZ Arb which they hope members will be able to distribute through our collectives networks, helping to track and manage the spread of the disease. 
 
In particular, they would like to encourage the download and use of the App that has been designed for this to help track the progress of the disease.

Click on links below to view and download flyers.

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ITCC 2015

Written by NZ Arb on March 27th, 2015.      0 comments

This year's event in Florida was won by James Earhart (Mid-Atlantic Chapter) and Jamilee Kemption (Western Chapter).

Congratulations to Jamilee for setting a new World Record in the Women's 15m Secured Footlock with a time of 20.16.67 seconds.

A huge well done to NZ's Scott Forrest for coming second in the defence of his title.

During the Preliminary events, Scott came second in both the Aerial Rescue and the Work Climb which ensured a chance of defending his double crown of 2013 and 2014 in the final Masters Climb.


As for the other  member's of the kiwi team, Craig Wilson finished a highly creditable 9th after the Preliminaries, while Steff White came in 13th position in the Women's division (both in their first showing at the ITCC).

For the full results visit the ISA website ITCC 2015 Results

Full reports in the next edition of Tree Matters magazine.

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Above: Craig Wilson, Steff White and Scott Forrest
 

 

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ITCC 2015

Written by NZ Arb on March 27th, 2015.      0 comments

This year's event in Florida was won by James Earhart (Mid-Atlantic Chapter) and Jamilee Kemption (Western Chapter).

Congratulations to Jamilee for setting a new World Record in the Women's 15m Secured Footlock with a time of 20.16.67 seconds.

A huge well done to NZ's Scott Forrest for coming second in the defence of his title.

During the Preliminary events, Scott came second in both the Aerial Rescue and the Work Climb which ensured a chance of defending his double crown of 2013 and 2014 in the final Masters Climb.


As for the other  member's of the kiwi team, Craig Wilson finished a highly creditable 9th after the Preliminaries, while Steff White came in 13th position in the Women's division (both in their first showing at the ITCC).

For the full results visit the ISA website ITCC 2015 Results

Full reports in the next edition of Tree Matters magazine.

ITCC2015-teamprep-628


Above: Craig Wilson, Steff White and Scott Forrest
 

 

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