George Kerse There are several reasons why integrated pest management (IPM) could have a valuable part to play in future-proofing cropping systems. While IPM takes time and patience it gives us an option to break the dependency involved in chemical spraying. Relying solely on sprays to control insects means the risk of the insects developing...
New technologies are under development for measuring grass and biomass in the field. Jackie Harrigan reports. A...
Barrie Ridler Finding environmental solutions on a dairy farm is often associated with less production...
Anne Lee Using technology to help lift pasture eaten and reduce nitrogen loss could be...
Sheryl Haitana Ballance Agri-Nutrients’ new superphosphate product is expected to displace traditional ‘Super’ fertiliser used...
Penny Clark-Hall Sharemilkers Ben and Heather Peake farm 800 dairy cows on Simon and Carolyn...
Karen Trebilcock Almost half the injuries onfarm during milking are from attaching clusters and DairyNZ,...
Eyrewell farm is in a state of transition to improve sustainability without hitting profitability, but health and...
Karen Trebilcock Although lean management on the farm might be a shadow board for tools,...
Anne Hardie Looking at different scenarios to  try and reduce nitrogen (N) leaching and greenhouse...
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