Poplar pole orders

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In accepting these poplar and/or willow poles funded by the Environment Fund, the applicant accepts the responsibility for planting within the given timeframes and agrees to site the plant material in accordance with agreed planting plans.
The applicant also agrees to maintain the planted trees, including protecting them from damage by stock, ensuring they remain firm in the ground in their first year and pruning and thinning them in future years so that they continue to perform their soil conservation function.


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Please note the default collection of material is pickup from Flyger Road Nursery, unless other arrangements are made. Check with your Land Management Advisor
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CONDITIONS OF SUPPLY PLEASE READ AND UNDERSTAND YOUR COMMITMENT
a) Plant materials will be supplied by council during June and early July.
b) This material must be planted within one month of delivery.
c) If the plant material is not going to be planted immediately then it MUST be stood in water until planting.
d) The plant material must be maintained in accordance to the NRC factsheet
e) In order to monitor the success of plantings and this financial support programme, your Land Management Advisor will request an inspection in the following 12 months after planting, to check the survival rate of material supplied.

For planting guidelines please access Northland Regional Council publication Poplars and willows for soil conservation supplied or via the Council website www.nrc.govt.nz or contact your Land Management Advisor.

AGREEMENT
In signing this agreement with the Northland Regional Council the applicant agrees to:
1) Agree to pay 50% of the costs of the supplied plant material.
2) Plant the poles upon receipt or as soon as possible after delivery; and
3) Maintain the trees in a healthy state.
4) Follow planting and care guidelines in factsheet provided.
5) Exclude stock until tree/s have established and/or protect tree until established (1-2 years is best practice).

Failure to do so could result in being invoiced for the full cost of the material supplied by the Council.

IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE APPLICANT TO CONTACT THE NORTHLAND REGIONAL COUNCIL WHEN PLANTING HAS BEEN COMPLETED TO ENABLE THE PLANTINGS TO BE INSPECTED AND THE PROJECT SIGNED OFF.
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