Find-A-Pest helps people to identify and report invasive species.
These Pīhama farmers didn’t let a little thing like global supply chain disruptions stand between them and a better hoof trimmer.
Aimer Farming have been working on a new tool that utilises a smartphone camera to read pasture cover.
Artificial intelligence helps give real-time readings on intramuscular fat and marbling.
Place for NZ technology as southeast Asia, Middle East increase food production.
AgriZero funds companies developing tech to help NZ farms meet emissions goals.
High-res mapping of 3935km2 of land in Central Otago complete.
Robotics comes to the aid of what can be a costly problem for viticulture.
Co-op members can lease technology that slashes GHG emissions.
Daniel Eb appreciates the things we stand to lose in the face of automation.
China’s Tus-Holdings signs memorandum of understanding.
AgResearch creates a portable chamber that can measure cattle emissions on farm.
A floating device uses low frequency radio waves to help clean up effluent systems.
Taking its cue from a global tech award, Scion is incentivising local tech to find a solution to the problem of forestry debris.
“Every extra kilogram of dry matter intake from improved pasture management has a positive impact on a farm’s profitability.”
A crop treatment with zero residue and a limitless raw material supply seems too good to be true, but a Bay of Plenty company is about to trial just that.
Dr Victoria Hatton shares insights about evolving production strategies after a recent trip to Australia and the US.
Tauranga company brings multipurpose orchard machine to market.
As freshwater farm plans are rolled out in your region, consider how you can use this new tool in your precision ag tool kit and can tell the story of how you care for your land, writes Daniel Kenna.
‘Farmers and growers increasingly relying on OverseerFM as an indicator of farm sustainability.’
Blackcurrants latest to be plumbed for valuable compounds.
The deal will see AGCO acquire an 85% interest in Trimble’s portfolio.
Round of meetings to discuss emissions reduction and other environmental issues in Ireland and UK.
Hanzon’s range of recording helps improve workplace safety and upskill new entrants, industry leader says.
WRONZ deploys former Wool Board money on research into saleable wool-derived products.
MPI commits $8.4m to climate-resilient pastures programme.
After successfully building his eco-friendly ride to work, Dougal Mair was ready for his next project.
Clare Bradley and Peter Wren-Hilton gonged for collective action.
Initial goal is industrial-scale production of medical nutrition proteins.
Arama Kukutai among four Te Herenga Waka – Victoria University alumni singled out this year.
Agriculture, with its growing reliance on technology, is seen as a target for cyber crime.
Secures $12m slice of major McCain’s investment in Alberta processing facility.
Scion researchers have retrained their AI mapper to paint a picture of the cyclone’s effects on forestry, and forestry’s contribution to flood damage.
Increasing use of agritech makes sector a target.
The Auckland BioSciences facility is producing sterile sera to bespoke specifications for markets that may not have sterilisation capabilities.
Apps can lighten the load on farm, helping farmers monitor everything from birthing cows to boundary lines.
Certification programme plans to launch major new digital platform.
Method uses yeast for cattle, bypassing seaweed process.