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Indigenous disaster risk reduction: something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue
A short presentation to the session on 'Engaging Indigenous Peoples in Disaster Risk Reduction'.
The impact of neoliberalism on New Zealand farmers: changing what it means to be a ‘good farmer'
(Agriculture Research Group on Sustainability, 2013-08)
Presentation covers: Agricultural reform - New Zealand government policy - neo-liberalism, ARGOS – source of evidence, farming as a business – evidence of change, and unexpected consequences.
Focus your ideas and identity: Enhance your research profile and progress your career
Engaging with the services offered by Library, Teaching and Learning will enhance your readiness for transforming opportunities into actions. Anticipate the barriers, mitigate the risks, and avoid the pitfalls ahead. Refine ...
Waikato farmers plan for the future
In the 1990s, a small farm was considered to be 40 hectares. With high performance and moderate debt levels these farms were thought to have a good chance of survival. This was the basis of an article by James Allen in ...
Business options and strategies: a study of small herd owners views in the Waikato, New Zealand
(Australasia-Pacific Extension Network (APEN), 2013)
In the last thirty years the size of the average New Zealand dairy herd has almost tripled. Despite this growth, 36% of herds are considered small with less than 250 cows. It is important to develop an understanding of the ...
Urine patch area coverage of an intensively stocked dairy pasture
(Lincoln University., 2010-08)
The objective of this study was to develop a new method to quantify seasonal and annual urine patch area coverage under an intensive dairy farming system.
The tocopherol content of roasted New Zealand grown hazelnuts
(Lincoln University., 2005-12)
A poster looking at the moisture content and tocopherol content of the extracted oil from hazelnuts that have undergone a range of thermal treatments.
Rhizosphere bacteria associated with two grapevine rootstocks that vary in susceptibility to Cylindrocarpon black foot disease
(Australasian Soilborne Disease Symposium, 2010-08-09)
Cylindrocarpon black foot is a major disease of grapevines worldwide. Grapevine rootstocks have been shown to vary in their susceptibility to C. destructans, with Riparia Gloire (RG) having low susceptibility and 101-14 ...
Effects of trampling of a wet dairy pasture soil on nitrous oxide emissions and the efficacy of a nitrification inhibitor, dicyandiamide.
Nitrous oxide (N2O) emitted from urine patches in grazed dairy pastures is a major contributor to the total greenhouse gas emissions in New Zealand. The nitrification inhibitor dicyandiamide (DCD) has been shown to reduce ...