Strategy must aim to maximise results and minimise consequences, Lincoln forum hears.
Time runs out on training for new paperless certification system.
FAR bringing experienced Aussie team to NZ to work on the best set-up, front to back.
They also want useful tools – including GM – to be put in growers’ hands.
Environmental advocates launch new application for EPA review of herbicide.
Charlotte Connoley becomes the first woman to head the grain and seed trade association.
Weather a bit of a worry as milk payout effects ripple across silage outlook.
Simon and Kate Nitschke of Arable Solutions awarded Paul Baker Cup.
FAR offers advice on lowering a significant arable production cost.
Strong support for foundation from the 31% who turned out to vote in referendum.
MPI commits $8.4m to climate-resilient pastures programme.
Crop choices changing as milk price slump ripples across sector.
The Arable Farmer of the Year is a progressive, innovative farmer, writes Annette Scott.
Twelve winners named at Arable Awards of New Zealand 2023. gala event in Christchurch
Collapse of Black Sea grain agreement likely to affect grain import prices.
Strong field notable for number of young leaders and innovators.
World-first initiative aims to reinforce NZ’s reputation as trusted producer.
A Mid Canterbury farmer is newest associate director on the FAR board.
Outcome could be even worse than estimates if rain continues to prevent harvest.
It’s important to drive your decisions with high-quality data, collected through well-planned, accurate field trials, says an agronomy informatics expert
AgResearch says on the contrary, ‘we’re excited about potential of HME ryegrass’.
Clover and endophyte products in development alongside HME ryegrass.
Australian weed management expert outlines winning strategies at FAR conference.
Programme would back claims that NZ farmers are the best at what they do, says FAR.
Study takes a closer look at method to lessen runoff from winter grazing crop.
Listen to 2019 Nuffield Scholar Hamish Marr chat with Bryan Gibson about his studies into glyphosate use in NZ.
Easing of restrictions on gene editing would improve NZ’s global competitiveness.
Harvesting on dusty, silted land ages new harvesters a decade in a day.
FAR conference locks in international and local experts for Growers Leading Change conference.
Field day on FAR chair’s Rakaia farm hears about place for winter grazing in year-round system.
New season wheat contracts boost confidence with crop farmers quick to seize on better pricing.
What comes first, the processing plant or the producers?
Growing our own could cut GHG and water consumption.
Growers’ seed price initiative contributes to ‘very welcome’ results.
Thirty four tractor ploughmen and four horse teams are competing in the event.