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Lincoln University vice-chancellor professor Robin Pollard is reaffirming the university’s commitment to the agriculture sector in the face of reported financial difficulties.
New Zealand is so richly blessed with freshwater that many people do not appreciate its importance to our economy, lifestyle and health, says Environment Minister Nick Smith.
Facilitating innovation in the agricultural sector is crucial if the industry is to meet the challenge of safeguarding New Zealand's global competitiveness in the future.
An innate curiosity for 'why things happen' made Lincoln University PhD candidate Amy Whitley a natural fit for scientific research.
Authorities investigating the Havelock North water contamination incident need to follow the science, says Lincoln University professor of soil and environmental science Hong Di.
Lincoln University could sell or lease some of its farms and shed more staff as it struggles to correct a funding shortfall.
New Zealand agriculture stands to lose $295-728 million annually if the local honeybee population continues to decline.
The Lincoln University Dairy Farm (LUDF) is showing the way to make a profit even with the depressed world prices for milk solids.
Farmers needing extra hands to herd heifers, plant trees, build fences or clean up under woolsheds are offered help by a new and unusual bunch of workers -- Handy Landys.