Dairy company partners with Global Methane Hub to speed up research into practical solutions.
New law also restricts the way plant-based food can label itself.
Daniel Eb appreciates the things we stand to lose in the face of automation.
Trucking firms are trialling an app designed to measure alertness in drivers.
Researchers make ammonia fertiliser using lasers in breakthrough process.
While ag in NZ dithers, ‘no one in Ireland is questioning the need to reduce emissions’, says AgriTech NZ CEO.
Researchers unpack the genetic code of brushtail possum – a pest in NZ and a treasured animal in Australia.
Dr Victoria Hatton shares insights about evolving production strategies after a recent trip to Australia and the US.
Blackcurrants latest to be plumbed for valuable compounds.
Claims about industry hedged with assumptions and extrapolations.
Surge in parcels being stolen from rural households’ letterboxes prompts response.
Riddet scientist wins NZ leg of global pitching contest with dairy-free innovation.
A new plan will give farmers more places to drop off their recyclable plastic for collection and help build even greater on-farm sustainability.
Damaged vegetables find new use in the hands of a culinary innovator.
David Eade recalls a food-production lightbulb moment in the Netherlands.
Inspiring results as Ag&Ed Innovation Challenge gets underway in Feilding.
A silage storage solution new to New Zealand is living up to the reputation it has earned in Europe.
There are hopes this new approach will cut slash and feed the soil.
Mechanised growing system to commence planting in September
We have to recognise that New Zealanders are all in this together, Dorenda Britten says.
Don’t fancy biting into one? Grind it up as a food additive instead.
Scientists disappointed that latest softening of anti-GM stance doesn’t go beyond human health research.
Kiwi farmers could soon have another tool to add to their animal welfare kit.
Fabric, clothes, carpets, bedding and upholstery come first to mind when thinking about fibre, but one of the newest uses is in hygiene, starting with nappies.
Called the ErgoPOD, it provides robotic-assisted milking while retaining a human presence in the shed.
Daggy wool may have found its value once again thanks to an innovative new product.
Remit is to build, grow and invest in world-leading Ag-IP and groundbreaking solutions.
The envirommental charity founded by Prince William offering a total of £5m to the winners of five categories
High-profile indoor farming failures have made the news in the past two years, but that just means the sector is moving into a new era, says an expert.
While new to NZ, vertical farming is well recognised internationally.
Baked-in efficiencies take the worry out of processing plant.
Early promise of possible solution to the forest slash issue.
Major injection of cash spurs plans to turn breakthroughs into commercial reality.
More effective method comes in at a third of conventional method’s cost
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Praised for potentially closing loop in waterway pollution control.