The past forms the present and the present leads to the future. That is basically the theme of this issue…
Cultivation of paddocks is common on farms at this time of year. It’s also a time when local storms may occur, adding substantial risk to an important farming practice.
An Auckland company believes reducing enteric methane through productivity gains is the way to tackle green house gas emissions.
A national limit on dissolved nitrogen would “essentially eliminate” intensive agriculture in the Selwyn Waihora catchment, says Environment Canterbury chief scientist Dr Tim Davie.
The protest group ‘50 Shades of Green’ is organising a march on Parliament this week to try and stop good farmland being covered in pine trees.
OPINION: The Government's policy to reduce agricultural greenhouse gas emissions in New Zealand is working directly against the goals of the Paris Accord.
The Government will take the next few months to go over 12,000 submissions and work on the proposed Essential Freshwater package.
The Government’s proposed freshwater reforms could derail the dairy industry and cost New Zealand $6 billion annually from 2050.
A group of 50 New Zealand companies have signed a first-of-its-kind pledge to protect New Zealand from pests and diseases.
Agriculture Minister Damien O’Connor is predicting huge international demand for a native seaweed if research proves its worth as a potential methane buster for agriculture.
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