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More precise aerial fertiliser spreading has already proven to give greater environmental gains than blanket topdressing, says fertiliser company Ravensdown.
Better pasture management, greater fertiliser efficiency, reduced farm expenses and seamless payroll and roster systems – there’s an app for that.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy says an independent study shows Primary Growth Partnerships (PGP) can generate $6.4 billion by 2025.
The dairy sheep industry in New Zealand will be "turbo-charged" by a new $31.39 million Primary Growth Partnership (PGP), the Primary Industries Minister, Nathan Guy, claims.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy has welcomed John Parker as the new chair of the Primary Growth Partnership's independent Investment Advisory Panel (IAP).
The International Agency for Research on Cancer's (IARC) recent classification of red meat likely being carcinogenic could benefit New Zealand meat exports.
BALLANCE AGRI-NUTRIENTS has reached the half-way mark in its $19.5 million programme under the Ministry for Primary Industries' Primary Growth Partnership (PGP).
A NEW REPORT into the Government's Primary Growth Partnership (PGP) programme is a desperate attempt by Minister Nathan Guy to justify his lolly scramble ahead of an investigation by the Auditor-General, Labour's Primary Industries spokesperson Damien O'Connor says.
PRIMARY INDUSTRIES Minister Nathan Guy has welcomed the findings of an independent report into the Primary Growth Partnership (PGP), which estimates it will add $6.4 billion per annum to New Zealand's economy by 2025.
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