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A farm with five or fewer staff and observing social distancing among workers need not register as an essential business.
The Foundation for Arable Research (FAR) says it has named one of its own as their 2019 Researcher of the Year.
Initial results from the first national survey of herbicide resistance in arable farming have shown surprising resistance to glyphosate.
The first step in tackling herbicide resistance in arable farming is admitting you have a problem, says Australian specialist Dr Peter Boutsalis.
It was grassroots intelligence for farmers last week, when the Foundation for Arable Research (FAR) opened the gates to its Chertsey trial farm in Mid Canterbury.
Canterbury cropping farmers now have access to a Farm Environment Plan (FEP) template developed especially for their farm system.
Like a martial art, sustainable and smart pest and disease management relies on understanding opponents’ strengths and weaknesses and using these against them, says Charles Merfield of Lincoln University’s biological husbandry unit (BHU).
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Global dairy prices are settling down after a rollercoaster ride triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The “mythology” of regenerative agriculture and lack of scientific evidence has prompted two renowned plant scientists to write to Ag…