The double knock is a widely-utilised and highly effective weed management tool but without monitoring and removal of survivor weeds, the commonly used ‘glyphosate followed by paraquat’ system is still open to failure.
Open, predictable and fair global food markets can help strengthen climate change response efforts and contribute to fighting hunger, says new report.
The draft Cape York water plan must be revamped to encourage more agricultural development balanced with the protection of the unique environmental and cultural values of the region, AgForce said.
Dairy consumption of around three servings per day is associated with lower rates of cardiovascular disease and mortality, compared to lower levels of consumption, according to a global observational study of over 130,000 people in 21 countries, published in The Lancet.
The number of New Zealand’s freshwater fish listed as threatened has increased since we first started keeping track of them in 1992.
Fatty acids detected on potsherds from Croatian archaeological sites contain evidence of the earliest known cheese production in the Mediterranean region, according to a study published September 5, 2018 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Sarah McClure of the Pennsylvania State University and colleagues.
New Zealand-grown Pinus radiata will be taller and slimmer in the future according to a new paper. While sequestering greater amounts of carbon, the trees will be more exposed to risks from extreme winds and wildfire.