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The Foundation for Arable Research (FAR) is an applied research & information transfer organisation responsible primarily to NZ arable growers 🌱
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FAR 5h
Our last spring & Discussion Group is being held tomorrow in Temuka 🌱 🕜1.30 - 3.30pm, 📍100 Arowhenua Road, Temuka More information:
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AgResearch 5h
What can farmers do to meet nitrate leaching reduction targets? We're involved in the study, aiming to improve nitrogen efficiency. Farmers Grant & Jan Early discuss what it's meant for them:
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FAR 23h
How to set up an programme for 🐛 - Paul Horne, IPM Technologies. Tune in tomorrow night to learn about crop monitoring under IPM 🐜 Du Pont
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FAR Sep 23
is now available on ProductionWise®, providing growers with birds-eye-view . Come along on Thursday 27 Sept to learn how easy it is to use. Workshops: ➡️ Timaru ➡️ Ashburton (2 sessions) ➡️ Templeton (2 sessions)
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Chris Dillon Sep 20
Planting Peas in ideal conditions.
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FAR Sep 19
Our spring and discussion groups continue tomorrow in Canterbury 🌱Come along to hear about nitrogen , PGRs, fungicides, irrigation and closing management. ➡️ Methven - 10.00am ➡️ Ashburton - 1.30pm
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FAR Sep 19
Arable Ys learning how to growth stage cereal crops in Ashburton tonight 🌱🌱🌱
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FAR Sep 18
Hi 👋🏼 We're Benjamin and Olivia and on come and have a look at the side of our farming operation, which mainly supplies our local market down in South Cantebury 🏠 📸 The Ward Family 📍Temuka
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FAR Sep 18
is now available on ProductionWise®, providing growers with the option of birds-eye-view . Come along on Thursday 27 Sept to learn how easy it is to use. Workshops available in: ➡️ Timaru ➡️ Ashburton ➡️ Templeton
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FAR Sep 17
Check out this little guy! There seem to be plenty of around at present, so monitor for them if sowing crops, particularly when direct drilling, as surface trash provides an ideal habitat. For more on slug management see the latest Crop Action 👉🏼 
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FAR Sep 13
Spring ☀️ turning the weather on for our first and discussion group in Sheffield today, courtesy of Martin Skurr and member company 🌾🌾
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Ivan Lawrie Sep 13
Stunning day for the first FAR and SIRC field walk of the season. Thanks Marty Skurr for hosting this event.
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FAR Sep 11
Our & discussion groups start this Friday. See you there!🌱 🔹 Sheffield: Friday 14 September 🔹 Methven: Friday 21 September (AM) 🔹 Ashburton: Friday 21 September (PM) 🔹 Temuka: Wednesday 26 September More information:
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FAR Sep 11
We have two lots of beehives🐝 and they are an essential part of our farm as we rely on them to pollinate our crops 🌱 The bonus is we all love honey and our kind beekeeper gives us some for having his hives here! 🍯 📸 The Dillon Family📍Balfour
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FAR Sep 9
"If we can reduce the dependence on an import which has doubtful environmental credentials, we are doing everybody a favour by consuming crops produced in New Zealand, of known origin with no risk,"
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FAR Sep 9
Farmers and growers need to look hard at the opportunities and benefits products and could bring to their businesses via
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FAR Sep 5
On we catch up with Paul to see what's happening with the cattle🐂 and to learn about the different end users for their maize grain! 📸The Mackintosh Family 📍Whanganui
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FAR Sep 5
Interesting discussion
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FAR Sep 3
Join us for our spring and discussion meetings. Topics include: 🌱 Nitrogen 🌱 PGRs 🌱 Fungicides 🌱 Closing management 💧 Irrigation More information:
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FAR Sep 3
Join us for our spring and discussion meetings. Topics include: 🌱 Nitrogen 🌱 PGRs 🌱 Fungicides 🌱 Closing management 💧 Irrigation More information:
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