irrigation

26 Oct 18, 10:00am
The NZ Initiative's Eric Crampton on all things freshwater; the state of play, irrigation, quality, cap & trade, water management, prices & more
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3 Oct 18, 5:39pm
Guy Trafford updates the latest on irrigation, dog safety, sheep dairy, dryland feed, and wraps up what is happening with market prices
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6 Sep 18, 9:08am
Dairy pices fall on higher WMP offerings, and despite EU production drop. Politics and regulation gnaw at irrigation. Weather change puts back El Nino-effect prediction
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11 Aug 18, 10:34am
Guy Trafford and IrrigationNZ's Andrew Curtis argue irrigation and agreement on water policy will be crucial for food production in the future
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7 Aug 18, 11:34am
Irrigation is essential if we are to build practical resilience to climate change and prevent parched lands and roaming wildfires, says Guy Trafford
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4 Apr 18, 5:14pm
Dairy Report: Competition ramps up for A2 milk and infant formula products, all for China markets. MPB focus changes with eradication still a goal, GDT auction shows little change
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22 Mar 18, 9:26am
Dairy Report: Fonterra's woes overshadow Synlait's records. But share prices of both rise. MPB now looks unstoppable
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16 Mar 18, 10:04am
Dairy Report: Irrigation in the South Island insulated dairy farms from drought this year allowing maintained production. North Island makes a fast recovery
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16 Jan 18, 4:38pm
Allan Barber sees ongoing trade access challenges, irrigation, and the growth of China as a food customer all among what will be the key issues in 2018
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16 Aug 17, 9:56am
Allan Barber sees debt, environmental restraints, land use regulation, and market forces all moving to make growth in our dairy herd unlikely in the future
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13 Aug 17, 7:02am
Labour's knee-jerk 'clean our rivers' call needs details so it doesn't look like a rural-to-urban wealth transfer in the sheep's clothing of a freshwater policy; On the principles of royalties; And why aren't we talking nitrates?
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9 Aug 17, 1:25pm
Labour could have knocked the water debate out of the park; But the economics of its royalties policy just don't work; Let's hope they get some nationalistic headlines out of it before questions are asked
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9 Aug 17, 10:38am
Labour to impose royalties on all commercial water use, but says rates won't be set until after 'first 100 days' meeting with affected parties after election
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26 Apr 17, 2:17pm
Keith Woodford reflects on fifty years of farming revolution in Canterbury and expects to see ongoing change
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21 Mar 17, 9:19am
Government refuses to consider OECD's recommendation to include agriculture in the Emissions Trading Scheme despite agriculture making up half of NZ's emissions; OECD suggests Government eases back funding for irrigation
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22 Mar 16, 4:02pm
A review of things you need to know before you go home on Tuesday; Sydney house prices fall, S&P affirms NZ sovereign ratings, Patsy Reddy new Governor General, census testing & more
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22 Sep 15, 1:56pm
NZIER's Kirdan Lees & Geoff Parr say the impact of the expected El Niño may differ from the past due to changed farming practices
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2 Jun 15, 12:26pm
Central Plains Water pushes on to Stage 2 with IAF funding after Stage 1 almost complete. Drive to add 10,000 more hectares
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26 Jan 15, 11:25am
We need to dam the alpine rivers to supply reliable water for agriculture and industry says Irrigation NZ. Farmer collectives look to expand successful schemes
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6 Oct 14, 10:30am
David Chaston on buoyant markets amid geopolitical chaos; the impact of credit scores; CCS; China's payback expectations; peak sand; Peter Thiel, Naomi Wolf; Dilbert & more
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