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Lincoln University PhD student Christina Berneheim is inviting farmers to complete an online questionnaire to express their views on the industry.
Ngāi Tahu elder statesman Sir Tipene O’Regan has backed genetic modification and the export of bottled water in a challenging address to a gathering of agricultural scientists at Lincoln.
The previous government issued a call-to-action to New Zealand: double primary production export earnings while maintaining or improving water quality.
When Lincoln Agritech took on a Chinese student, Zheng (James) Wang, it didn’t foresee him becoming the company’s China business development manager.
A Lincoln-developed optical nitrate sensor for groundwater is now in use nationwide after a low-key but successful commercial launch.
A full merger of Lincoln University and the University of Canterbury would be a “very unlikely” outcome of their partnership talks, says Lincoln vice-chancellor Professor James McWha.
Directly comparing Fonterra with Open Country and Synlait is unfair, but nevertheless, Fonterra as a business hasn’t performed well, says Nic Lees, senior lecturer in agribusiness management at Lincoln University.
Lincoln University-owned research and development company Lincoln Agritech says dairy farmers might improve their environmental footprints and profit through two research projects now underway.