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.
Craige and Roz Mackenzie have been recognised for their superior environmental practices
A trial looking at the benefit of setting aside grazing land for crops on a dairy farm
A South Island potato grower is producing his own chips in his own factory
Ian Kerr is "The Lettuce Man" growing lettuces and other salad crops in glasshouses
Arable farmer Don Hart grows winter crops for finishing lambs and for silage
A multi-national project to map the potato genome
A factory upgrade means more beans processed in the region for McCain Foods
A supplementary crop has grown into a multi-million dollar popcorn enterprise
Producing organic flaxseed oil and fibre products
Growing a high yielding wheat cultivar, "Wakanui"
A maize grower who hosted a series of nitrogen trials to maximise production
A lettuce and carrot grower uses GPS technology to improve efficiency
A Community Pest Control Area operates between landowners and regional council
Identifying and preventing the spread of a plant pest
A research programme on affordable, low environmental impact fuels
A Plant & Food Research urban compost trial for agricultural crops
Enhancing the productivity of Maori in Gisborne
Advanced Farming Systems to reduce carbon and greenhouse emissions