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The aging population in agriculture is working against New Zealand, says Lincoln University's Jon Hickford.
Lincoln University has been named by Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce as one of three successful applicants to host a NZ-China Research Collaboration Centre.
Contractors are working at pace to convert 53% of Lincoln University's Ashley Dene farm into a world-leading dairy research farm, in time for milking in late July.
A key message to all growers or farmers using fungicides is to use all available modes of action in different products and not rely on a single fungicide action group.
Lincoln's part in a $156m World Bank-funded project to sustainably manage and help spread technology through Indonesian agriculture was formally recognised last week.
Research into improving phosphorus recovery and overall use efficiency remains urgent in the face ongoing and future supply and price volatility.
The new chancellor of Lincoln University impresses as practical and forward-thinking, the kind of man who gets things done.
Seven new AGMARDT scholarships totalling $50,000 have been granted to agribusiness people undertaking leadership and governance training.
IrrigationNZ and Federated Farmers say greater scrutiny of claims irrigation causes increased 'rumbly-gut' is needed.