Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Technology


Scion drones take aim at pest control

Scion drones take aim at pest control

Annette ScottFeb 19, 2024
Scion researchers study social and practical aspects of using unmanned aerial vehicles for pest control.

Better bung buster wins No 8 accolade

Neal WallaceFeb 19, 2024
From school project to a handy tool for dairy farmers.

Farmers’ help needed to power NZ

Neal WallaceFeb 16, 2024
Transpower will need farmer agreement to build power capacity.

Catch the Rain out to make every drop count

Farmers WeeklyFeb 14, 2024
New BLNZ project explores strategies to make the most of the rainfall in dry country.


Rural NZ bears opportunity cost of poor WiFi

Rural NZ bears opportunity cost of poor WiFi

Neal WallaceFeb 13, 2024
Communities say their connectivity is substandard, congested and inconsistent.
Scholar visits NZ for biochar lowdown

Scholar visits NZ for biochar lowdown

Richard RennieFeb 12, 2024
Farmers and growers here embrace its soil-improvement properties.
Tech meets need for less forestry slash

Tech meets need for less forestry slash

Richard RennieFeb 5, 2024
The forestry industry has met the slash challenge with clever use of existing tech.
Wine’s wasted grapes become a value add

Wine’s wasted grapes become a value add

Farmers WeeklyFeb 2, 2024
Researcher unpacks verjuice for New Zealand market.
Scare-bot could keep orchards bird free

Scare-bot could keep orchards bird free

Gerhard UysFeb 2, 2024
Mobile robot scarecrow being trialled in cherry orchards.
Researchers seek bio weapons against pathogens

Researchers seek bio weapons against pathogens

Gerhard UysJan 30, 2024
Lincoln University team to grow viruses that can kill the bacteria that harm plants and bees.
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