HC Deb 21 June 1927 vol 207 c1674

asked the hon. Member for Monmouth, as representing the Forestry Commissioners, whether a return can be given relating to the New Forest showing, respectively, how many acres of young conifers and hardwood trees, such as oak, beech, and ash, have been planted since the 1st September, 1925?

Sir LEOLIN FORESTIER-WALKER (Forestry Commissioner)

In the two seasons since the 1st September, 1925, the Forestry Commissioners have planted in the New Forest 835 acres of conifers and 34 acres of hardwoods. In addition, 121 acres of oak have been treated for natural regeneration.