Zarigueiak etsai in New Zealand
1990/10/01 Elhuyar Zientzia Iturria: Elhuyar aldizkaria
The goal is to end the massacre taking place in the forests of northern New Zealand. 100 tons of poison will be used. In 1858, sent from Australia, 300 tsarguides were introduced in New Zealand and is currently a "protected species". The figure has skyrocketed and there are now more than 70 million.
In addition, those who oppose the manufacture of coats with the skin of the tsarist have contributed to the growth of the population of this animal.
The most damaged type of tree is the so-called robust Metrosideros, which feeds on this tree.
Public Administrations 80,000,000 pts. will invest in this campaign. This is being negotiated with the Maori tribes, since some areas to be treated are for them a religious place.