Innovation, Best Practice and Sustainability in New Zealand’s Primary Sector
A world first 100% electric cherry orchard.
The Timata Method offers farmers a low-cost alternative to native regeneration.
A Lighter Touch uses non-chemical methods to control weeds in crops.
Truffle tourism is being developed in Waikato.
Design Spun is only one of three worsted wool yarn manufacturing mills in Australasia
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New technology reduces nitrogen losses from dairy farms
A young couple building a career in dairying for a Maori Incorporation in Canterbury
A business based on the by-products of animal processing buys a farm for a Hawke's Bay businesswoman
Future-proofing through automation in a pine seedling nursery
Dairy farmer Kevin Davidson has taken a biological approach to his farm system
Geothermal energy is harnessed to produce thousands of gerbera flowers each week at PlentyFlora
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Bio-pesticides are being developed at AgResearch to fight pastoral pests.
DairyNZ is helping farmers to manage the threat of Mycoplasma bovis
A company adding value to New Zealand's forestry sector
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Extracting more value from fruit waste at the University of Auckland.
Breeding for resistance to parasites at Kikitangeo Stud
Helping people with eating difficulties at the Pure Food Co.
Conservation work pays off for farm management at Tautane Station.
Farmers, iwi and a Regional Council work to protect rare and endangered species
Finding new uses for wool at AgResearch
A rural experience for urban teenagers introduces new career options
A pie enterprise becomes a drawcard in a South Canterbury town.
A farmer develops a business training thoroughbred horses
Progress in the battle against the invasive weed tutsan
Adding value to environmentally friendly lamb production in the Kaipara catchment
A new opportunity for commercial whitebait production.
A grower owned and operated flourmill in Canterbury.
A bio-control programme to control the invasive pasture pest, horsetail weevil.
Tracking technology used to help save lives on farms.
A visit to the Lincoln Foundation Farmer of the Year for 2017
The effect of urban development on productive land.
An app that has been developed to streamline health and safety on farm
Developing automated solutions for primary sector needs at Waikato University
An option for targeted monitoring of animal health.
Controlling soil erosion on land under vegetable production
The development of a genetic tool to reduce nitrogen leaching by dairy cows
The growth strategy of the Wi Pere Trust.
The re-designing of a farm system to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Combining pastoral grazing and farm forestry at Wairakaia Station
Tourism and aquaculture at Anatoki Salmon