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A 'plant barbecue' was used in a joint study to test the vulnerability of New Zealand plants to wildfires.
As the cows cram into Randal Inch's milking shed you realise space is at a premium on this small North Canterbury dairy farm on the outskirts of Rangiora.
Your canine crusader hears that the unionists at Lincoln University are a bit upset, claiming they were duped into being frank with a report writer who, it turns out, is to be their boss.
With the more intensive farming practices used currently there is a need to ensure optimum animal health and pasture health for long-term environmental sustainability.
The cost and benefits of planting trees to help mitigate environmental effects of dairy farming need to be shared by us all to succeed, a new study says.
New Lincoln University research has found many small dairy farmers are content with the size of their operation, despite the constant calls for economic growth.
Alice Rule is one step closer to developing an app to provide grape growers with simple, intuitive representations of data to help them become more sustainable.
$230 million is being spent over the next 10 years to produce definitive science on how to best manage land and water in New Zealand.
The cost and benefits of planting trees to help mitigate environmental effects of dairy farming need to be shared by us all for it to succeed, a new study says.