Stephen Goldson has been awarded the Ray Brougham Trophy for his outstanding contribution to grassland farming in NZ.
Rural investment company offers new scholarships for ag research.
New research contradicts the ‘closed loop’ theory of grassland GHG sequestration wiping out the emissions of the livestock grazing it.
Rural Land Co keen to learn its numbers as first round of national carbon sampling nears completion.
Dramatic shifts in ecosystems tracked in new study of forested vs deforested streams.
Responses to Informing New Zealand Beef survey help shape the future of the programme.
Innovative timber building recognised for sustainability at NZ Timber Design Awards.
Joint venture with leading research body formalises arrangement after four years of collaboration.
Researchers make ammonia fertiliser using lasers in breakthrough process.
Well-educated people are needed to meet future challenges to the sector, says Lincoln VC.
There’s no rural-urban divide, research finds, but better dialogue could help air concerns.
The effectiveness of seaweed and seaweed extracts is currently being tested in research involving NZ industries and scientists.
Phage biocontrols the subject of new research into ways to block dangerous pathogens.
Researchers unpack the genetic code of brushtail possum – a pest in NZ and a treasured animal in Australia.
Unyielding pine plantation disease in sights, from microscopes to aerial surveillance.
Investment manager who helped tackle foot and mouth decades ago as a veterinarian scoops top award.
Researchers, iwi in $10m project combining indigenous knowledge and practices and science to safeguard food supply
Research involving genetic modification of trees features in Nature.
The Revitalise Te Taiao programme gathered its people on the shores of Lake Wānaka, to review and focus on future plans for putting research into action.
AgriZeroNZ announces $4.1m investment in Hoofprint Biome in North Carolina.
Wellington Science City planned to increase collaboration on climate change and disaster resilience, among other key areas.
Insects still something of an acquired taste in these parts, researcher says.
Trials have shown that sea lettuce will gorge itself on pollutants in freshwater, potentially removing a significant source of contamination from NZ waterways.
Informing New Zealand Beef seeking bulls for the next mating season.
Work follows 2022 discovery of Varroa mite in NSW.
A Victorian-era tram will run on wood waste in Scion trial.
Research on nitrate levels could be a game-changer for a South Canterbury farm as it has provided invaluable data.
The fruit may contain helpful compounds that may help reverse pre-diabetes symptoms including elevated blood sugar.
Programme goes all out for vulnerable native species under attack from myrtle rust.
Several important outcomes from tests involving feedlot Wagyu cattle.
An Our Land and Water study delves into the labyrinth of systems to find how schemes can be enhanced to improve farmer-consumer relations.
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’.
Trio ‘share a passion for sustainability, economic development and good governance’.
She brings a background in science and accounting to the development role.
Decades of rising levels of nitrogen and bacteria in waterways identified, but Lake Taupō doing better than expected.
Study takes a closer look at method to lessen runoff from winter grazing crop.
Independent estimate made of centre’s worth to ag and export industries.