Research Archive

Lincoln Agritech

Research Archive

Lincoln Agritech

 

Recent Submissions

  • Stenger, Roland; Wilson, Scott; Barkle, Greg; Close, M. E.; Woodward, Simon; Burbery, Lee; Pang, L.; Rekker, Jens; Wöhling, T.; Clague, Juliet; McDowell, Richard; Thomas, Steve; Clothier, B.; Lilburne, L.; Miller, B. (Fertilizer and Lime Research Centre, Massey University, 2016-02)
    Land use (source) can only be defensibly linked to an effect on a receiving water body (receptor) if the critical transfer pathways and the hydrological and biogeochemical processes that occur along them are understood. ...
  • Ekanayake, Dinanjana; Owens, Jennifer; Hodge, Simon; Trethewey, Jason A. K.; Roten, Rory; Westerschulte, M.; Belin, S.; Werner, Armin; Cameron, Keith C. (New Zealand Grassland Association, 2017)
    For precision nitrogen (N) fertilisation of grazed dairy paddocks, soil N distribution needs to be quantified. It is expected that farm infrastructure will affect inorganic-N distribution due to its influence on cow grazing ...
  • Wöhling, Thomas; Gosses, M. J.; Wilson, Scott; Davidson, P. (Wiley on behalf of the National Ground Water Association, 2017-12-21)
    New Zealand’s gravel-bed rivers have deposited coarse, highly conductive gravel aquifers that are predominantly fed by river water. Managing the groundwater resources is challenging because the recharge mechanisms in these ...
  • Roten, Rory; Post, Scott; Hewitt, Andrew (American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, 2016-07)
    The movement of droplets in time and space (i.e. flux) is essential to know when measuring and/or predicted spray drift via agricultural application. A study was performed to assess the flux measurements of a phase Doppler ...
  • Roten, Rory; Post, Scott; Werner, Armin; Safa, Majeed; Hewitt, A. J. (New Zealand Plant Protection Society (Inc.), 2017)
    The quantification of spray mass has historically been accomplished by means of fluorescent dyes and various string and ground samplers to capture the dye-laden spray. However, these methods are typically not used in close ...

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