Fertigation – applying fertiliser through irrigation – has allowed Pamu Farms to make significant cuts to nitrogen use on a Canterbury farm. Anne Lee reports. Applying nitrogen through fertigation has allowed Pāmu Farms to slash its nitrogen use without limiting milk production and studies are underway to understand how the application system could be affecting...
Good pasture management and correct soil nutrient levels work together as the key to success...
Are higher environmental standards critical to our exporting future? Phil Edmonds outlines the arguments for...
With production improved, cows holding condition, and renovations finished, Carla Staples is looking forward to...
Nilator McKenzie ruminates on crucial differences between supplier and shareholder, information flow and cashflow. Dairy...
An email solely for invoices, plus electronic folders and archiving, have helped Anne-Marie Wells’ tidy...
When you get a few years under your belt, a few kms on the clock,...
Automation and improved soil tests are set to give farmers faster and more reliable analyses,...
Focusing on soils and non-synthetic fertilisers has been productive for a Southland organic dairy farming...
As NZ Dairy Exporter counts down to its centenary in 2025, we look back at...
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