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The “mythology” of regenerative agriculture and lack of scientific evidence has prompted two renowned plant scientists to write to Ag Minister Damien O’Connor.
New research is seeking to understand the role hardy catch crops can play in reducing nitrate leaching.
New research from Lincoln University has revealed that the genetic disposition of dairy cows could significantly reduce nitrate leaching.
Lincoln University has unveiled plans for what is expected to be a globally-unique Energy Demonstration Farm to help the primary sector meet its future zero-carbon obligations.
Half of Canterbury dairy farms aren’t operating profitably, says Ashburton farm consultant Jeremy Savage.
Scientists are calling on farmers to help in the quest for the biological control of the noxious weed, nassella tussock.
Lincoln University says it is delighted that the Minister of Education has approved $80 million for new science facilities as part of a wider campus development programme.
Banks need to take a different approach to lending to farmers, according to new Lincoln University research.
New Lincoln University research shows analysing a farmer’s personal characteristics is important when dealing with their anxiety.