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possible effects of Sodium fluoroacetate on soil microbial activity around Kauri trees could be an aggravating factor in Kauri Dieback disease.

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From: Mick Hall

Dear New Zealand Forest Research Institute Limited,

Has research been carried out within Scion to determine whether possible effects of Sodium fluoroacetate (1080) on soil microbial activity around Kauri trees could be an aggravating factor in Kauri Dieback disease?

Yours faithfully,

Mick Hall

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New Zealand Forest Research Institute Limited

I have forwarded your request on to Rob Trass however he is in CHCH today and will be back in the office on Monday next

Thank You
Joanne

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Dear Mr Hall

 

Please find attached a letter regarding your OIA request.

 

Kind regards

 

Rob

 

 

Rob Trass
General Manager Finance and Corporate Services/Company Secretary

Scion

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Dear Mick,

 

Please find attached a letter in response to your recent OIA request.

 

Kind regards,

Vanessa Fergusson
Legal Counsel
Scion
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