31st Annual FLRC Workshop
held at Massey University, February 2018

Farm Environment Planning - Science, Policy and Practice

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The correct citation for papers presented at this workshop is:

[Authors], 2018. [Title of paper]. In: Farm environment planning - Science, policy and practice. (Eds L. D. Currie and C.L. Christensen. http://flrc.massey.ac.nz/publications.html. Occasional Report No. 31. Fertilizer and Lime Research Centre, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand. [No. of pages].

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Papers presented:
(listed alphabetically on the surname of the principal author)

Adhikari


Kamal Adhikari, S Saggar, J A Hanly and D F Guinto
School of Agriculture & Environment, Massey University
LABORATORY EVALUATION OF UREASE INHIBITORS 2-NPT AND nBTPT IN REDUCING AMMONIA EMISSIONS FROM CATTLE URINE APPLIED IN DAIRY-GRAZED PASTURE SOILS

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Anderson


Chris Anderson, S Smith, J Jeyakumar and J Cavanagh
School of Agriculture & Environment, Massey University
TRANSFER OF CADMIUM TO ANIMALS FROM FORAGES

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Bishop


Peter Bishop and B F Quin
Advanced Agricultural Additives, Palmerston North
SODIUM THIOSULPHATE AS AN ALTERNATIVE NITRIFICATION INHIBITOR TO DCD

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Bloomer


Dan Bloomer, B Searle, J Pishief, C Folkers and M Norris
Centre for Land and Water, Hastings
MAPPING ONION CROPS: IMPLICATIONS FOR NITROGEN MANAGEMENT

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Bowen


Tom Bowen
Horizons Regional Council, Palmerston North
THE ONE PLAN – LOOKING TO THE FUTURE

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Brown


Hayden Brown, M Grafton and C Davies
School of Agriculture & Environment, Massey University
FEASIBILITY STUDY, EXTENDING THE SWATH WIDTH OF TOPDRESSING AIRCRAFT TO REDUCE STRIPING OF FERTILISER MIXES

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Brown


Jeff Brown
Fonterra, Palmerston North
‘LEADING INDUSTRY’ LAND TREATMENT SYSTEMS FOR DAIRY FACTORY WASTEWATER  – NEW FRONTIERS’ IN NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT

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Burkitt


Lucy Burkitt, P Jordan, R Singh, A Elwan, M Patterson and P Peters
Fertilizer and Lime Research Centre, Massey University
HIGH RESOLUTION MONITORING OF NITRATE IN AGRICULTURAL CATCHMENTS – A CASE STUDY ON THE MANAWATU RIVER, NEW ZEALAND

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Calvelo Pereira


Roberto Calvelo Pereira, M Hedley, M Bretherton, N Conland and A Tressler
School of Agriculture & Environment, Massey University
PLANNING FOR CHANGES IN TOPSOIL C AND N STOCKS – SIGNIFICANCE IN C AND N BUDGETS

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Calvelo Pereira


Roberto Calvelo Pereira, M Camps Arbestain, R Saiz Rubio, Y Kong and Q Shen
School of Agriculture & Environment, Massey University
DISTRIBUTION OF CARBON IN SIZE-FRACTIONS OF A PASTURE SOIL 26 MONTHS AFTER ADDING BIOCHAR

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Campbell


Alan Campbell
Waikato Regional Council
THE HEALTHY RIVERS CHALLENGE – 5,000 FARM PLANS IN EIGHT YEARS

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Camps


Yongshan Chen, M Camps-Arbestain, Q Shen, B Singh
and M Luz Cayuela
School of Agriculture & Environment, Massey University
THE LONG-TERM ROLE OF ORGANIC AMENDMENTS IN BUILDING SOIL NUTRIENT FERTILITY: A META-ANALYSIS AND REVIEW

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Carey


Peter Carey, K C Cameron, H J Di and B Cotching
Lincoln Agritech, Canterbury
FERTILISER-COATING TECHNOLOGY TO IMPROVE THE EFFICIENCY OF COPPER UPTAKE IN PASTURES

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Carlson


Bill Carlson, D Houlbrooke, G Lucci and M Sprosen
AgResearch, Hamilton
DRAINAGE WATER QUALITY ON TWO WAIKATO PEAT DAIRY FARMS

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Carlton


Anna Carlton
Ravensdown, Christchurch
SIX MONTHS ON FROM COMPLETING MY PhD
– LESSONS LEARNT AND HOW THEY ARE RELEVANT TO MY CURRENT ROLE AS A FARM ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISOR

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Cavanagh


Jo-Anne E Cavanagh, Z Yi, C Gray, S Young, S Smith, P Jeyakumar, K Munir, S Wakelin, N J Lehto, B Robinson and C Anderson
Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research, Canterbury
ASSESSING CADMIUM UPTAKE IN NEW ZEALAND AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMS

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Chan


Donna Chan and A Kempson
Fonterra Farm Source, Hamilton
DELIVERING TAILORED FARM ENVIRONMENT PLANS AT SCALE

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Chibuike


Grace Chibuike, L Burkitt, M Bretherton, M Camps Arbestain, R Sing, P Bishop C Hedley and P Roudier
School of Agriculture & Environment, Massey University
THE EFFECT OF SOIL TYPE AND SLOPE ON THE DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON CONCENTRATION AND DENITRIFICATION CAPACITY OF A HILL COUNTRY SUB-CATCHMENT

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Chobtang


Jeerasak Chobtang, N Sneddon, S J McLaren, D Donaghy, N Lopez-Villalobos, M Correa Luna and S Ledgard
NZ Life Cycle Management Centre, Massey University
ENVIRONMENTAL EVALUATION OF ONCE-A-DAY MILKING ON A PASTURE-BASED DAIRY SYSTEM IN NEW ZEALAND

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Christie


Richard Christie, C Tidey and I McCarthy
Ravensdown, Christchurch
THE DIRECT AND INDIRECT COSTS OF CONSENTING DAIRY FARMS UNDER HORIZONS ONE PLAN (PRIOR TO MARCH 2017 ENVIRONMENT COURT DECLARATION)

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Clothier


Brent Clothier, S Green, R Gentile, M Gitahi, S Murigi, L Nduta, B Lumumba and M Mosmarck
Plant and Food Research, Palmerston North
DECISION SUPPORT TOOLS FOR SMALL-HOLDER FARMERS AND AN AVOCADO PROCESSOR IN THE CENTRAL HIGHLANDS OF KENYA

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Dawson


Aimee Dawson and O Knowles
Ballance Agri-Nutrients, Tauranga
TO GRID OR NOT TO GRID – A REVIEW OF SOIL SAMPLING STRATEGIES

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Death


Russell G Death, A Canning, R Magierowski and J D Tonkin
School of Agriculture & Environment, Massey University
WHY AREN’T WE MANAGING WATER QUALITY TO PROTECT ECOLOGICAL HEALTH?

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Dexter


Moira Dexter, R Monaghan, J Chrystal, S Laurenson, T Orchiston, W Worth, D Houlbrooke and D Selbie
AgResearch, Hamilton
USE OF LOW-COST, TEMPORARY STAND-OFF PADS TO CAPTURE URINARY NITROGEN: FIELD AND LABORATORY EVALUATIONS

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Dominati


Estelle Dominati, A Mackay and F Maseyk
AgResearch, Palmerston North
HOLISTIC FARM PLANNING – USING AN ECOSYSTEM APPROACH TO ADVANCE FARM PLANNING INTO THE FUTURE

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Drewry


John Drewry, J E Cavanagh, S McNeil and M D Taylor
Greater Wellington Regional Council, Masterton
LONG TERM MONITORING OF SOIL QUALITY INCLUDING TRACE ELEMENTS IN THE WELLINGTON REGION

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Ellwood


Brian Ellwood and B Paton
Lowe Environmental Impact, Christchurch
ESTIMATING FUTURE NITROGEN LOSS FOR A NEW COMMUNITY IRRIGATION SCHEME WITH OVERSEER

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Etheridge


Zeb Etheridge, L Fietje, A Metherell, L Lilburne, O Mojsilovich, M Robson, K Steele and M Hanson
Environment Canterbury, Christchurch
COLLABORATIVE EXPERT JUDGEMENT ANALYSIS OF UNCERTAINTY ASSOCIATED WITH CATCHMENT-SCALE
NITROGEN LOAD MODELLING WITH OVERSEER®

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Fietje


Leo Fietje and L Carmichael
Environment Canterbury, Christchurch
FARMER ENGAGEMENT IN FARMING WITHIN LIMITS

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Geretharan


T Geretharan, P Jeyakumar, M R Bretherton and C W N Anderson
Fertilizer & Lime Research Centre, Massey University
EFFECT OF FLUORINE ON Rhizobia: A RESPIRATION-INHIBITION ASSAY

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Grealish


Gerard Grealish, S Carrick and A Manderson
Landcare Research, Palmerston North
FARM-SCALE SOIL MAPPING PROTOCOLS FOR NEW ZEALAND

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Guinto


Danilo Guinto, A Stafford, J Blennerhassett and W Catto
Ballance Agri-Nutrients, Tauranga
DRY MATTER YIELD RESPONSE OF PASTURE TO ENHANCED EFFICIENCY NITROGEN FERTILISERS

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Hina


Kiran Hina, Syeda Somia Kanwal, Muhammad Arshad and Zulfiqar Ahmad Dasti
Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Gujrat, Pakistan
INVESTIGATIONS INTO THE EFFECTS OF CADMIUM STRESS ON SPINACEA OLERACEA AND RETENTION PROPERTIES IN SOIL IN RESPONSE TO COW DUNG AND CHARCOAL AMENDMENTS

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Højberg


Anker Lajer Højberg
Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland,
Copenhagen, Denmark

ON THE TRACK OF TARGETED REGULATION OF NITRATE
– EXPERIENCES FROM DENMARK

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Hoogendoorn


Coby Hoogendoorn, S Saggar, T Palmada and P Berben
Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research, Palmerston North
DO NITROUS OXIDE EMISSIONS FROM URINE DEPOSITED NATURALLY DIFFER FROM EVENLY APPLIED URINE?

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Hudson


Neale Hudson, L McKergow, C Tanner, E Baddock, D Burger and J Scandrett
NIWA, Hamilton
DENITRIFICATION BIOREACTOR WORK IN WAITUNA LAGOON CATCHMENT, SOUTHLAND

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Hutchinson


Kathryn Hutchinson, T van der Weerden, P Beukes, C de Klein
and R Dynes
AgResearch, Palmerston North
CAN WE PROVE MODELLED MITIGATION STRATEGIES WORK
ON FARM?

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Hutchinson


Kathryn Hutchinson, A Taylor, R Moss, D Scobie, G Rennie and R Dynes
AgResearch, Palmerston North
IMPACTS OF FARM SYSTEMS CHANGE AND DROUGHT ON THE GREENHOUSE GAS FOOTPRINT FOR SHEEP AND BEEF FARMS

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Jha


Neha Jha, R Singh and A McMillan
School of Agriculture & Environment, Massey University
EFFICACY OF SUBSURFACE DENITRIFICATION TO ATTENUATE NITRATE IN SHALLOW GROUNDWATERS

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Jordan


Corina Jordan and J Beijeman
Beef + Lamb New Zealand, Christchurch
FARM ENVIRONMENT PLANNING – 2.0

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Jouneaux


Phil Journeaux
AgFirst Waikato
ECONOMIC BENEFIT OF REDUCING THE COEFFICIENT OF VARIATION OF FERTILISER APPLICATION

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Kirschbaum


Miko U F Kirschbaum, G Y K Moinet, C B Hedley, M H Beare and S R McNally
Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research, Palmerston North
ARE SOIL CARBON STOCKS CONTROLLED BY A SOIL’S CAPACITY TO PROTECT CARBON FROM DECOMPOSITION?

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Knowles


Ollie Knowles and A Dawson
Ballance Agri-Nutrients, Mount Maunganui
CURRENT SOIL SAMPLING STRATEGIES – A REVIEW

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Lane


Angela Lane, K Beecroft and S Cass
Lowe Environmental Impact, Palmerston North
DETERMINATION OF LAND SUITABILITY FOR WASTEWATER IRRIGATION USING A MULTI-LAYERED GIS APPROACH

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Longhurst


Bob Longhurst, M Taylor and I Williams
agKnowledge, Hamilton
LONG-TERM MAIZE GROWING IN WAIKATO
- FACTORS AFFECTING SUSTAINABILITY

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Lowe


Hamish Lowe, S Cass and A Lane
Lowe Environmental Impact, Palmerston North
COMMUNITY WASTEWATER PROJECTS AS A CATALYST FOR DEVELOPING CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMMES

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Lowe


Hamish Lowe, D Horne and P J Lake
Lowe Environmental Impact, Palmerston North
THE PROCESS FOR SETTING NUTRIENT LIMITS USING OVERSEER FOR A WASTEWATER DISCHARGE CONSENT

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Lyttle


Ian Lyttle
Environment Canterbury, Christchurch
THE ROLE OF NUTRIENT BUDGETING IN FARM AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

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Macdougall


Melissa Macdougal and R Parkes
Greater Wellington Regional Council, Masterton
COMMUNITIES AND INDIVIDUALS: HOW CAPITALISING ON RELATIONSHIPS AT BOTH LEVELS CAN IMPROVE OUR ENVIRONMENT

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Martindale


Heather Martindale, R van der Raaij and U Morgenstern
GNS Science, Lower Hutt
MEASURING ACTUAL DENITRIFICATION TO UNDERSTAND NITROGEN LOADS THROUGH AQUIFERS

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McNeill


Stephen McNeill, N Odgers, L Lilburne, S Carrick, S Hainsworth, S Fraser, C Hedley, P Roudier and G Grealish
Manaaki Whena Landcare Research, Lincoln
SPATIAL SAMPLING TOOLS FOR REPRESENTATIVE SOIL SAMPLING

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Mohan


Raynisha Mohan, S J McLaren, C Prichard and E Gray-Stuart
School of Management, Massey University
USE OF LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT (LCA) TO FACILITATE CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT OF ON-FARM ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE: A SHEEP DAIRY CASE STUDY

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Navarrete


Soledad Navarrete, M J Rodrigues, P D Kemp, M J Hedley, D J Horne and J A Hanly
School of Agriculture & Environment, Massey University
THE POTENTIAL OF PLANTAIN BASED PASTURES TO REDUCE NITROGEN LOSSES FROM DAIRY SYSTEMS

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Park


Simon Park, M Hope, I Tarbotton and I Power
Landconnect Ltd, Tauranga
CO-DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY OF ROTORUA FARMERS ON NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT

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Paterson


John Paterson, T Stephens, G Sveda, T Nolan, and H Eikaas
Phosphorus Mitigation Project (Inc.), Whakatane
USING GIS ANALYSIS OF LIDAR DATA TO PREDICT BEST SITES FOR CONSTRUCTION OF STORM WATER DETAINMENT BUNDS

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Pham


Cuong H Pham, S Saggar, P Berben, T Palmada and C Ross
National Institute of Animal Sciences, Hanoi 10000, Vietnam
REMOVING HYDROGEN SULPHIDE CONTAMINATION IN BIOGAS PRODUCED FROM ANIMAL WASTES

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Powell


Brendan Powell and N Heath
Hawkes Bay Regional Council, Napier
FARM ENVIRONMENT PLANNING:
WHAT WOULD HELP US GET US TO A BETTER DESTINATION?

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Rissmann


Clint Rissmann, L Pearson, J Lindsay, M Beyer, T Marapara, A Badenhop and A Martin
Land and Water Science Ltd., Invercargill
INTEGRATED LANDSCAPE MAPPING OF WATER QUALITY CONTROLS FOR FARM PLANNING - APPLYING A HIGH RESOLUTION PHYSIOGRAPHIC APPROACH TO THE WAITUNA CATCHMENT, SOUTHLAND

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Rogers


Maggie Rogers, B Jackson, M De Róiste, M Palomino-Schalscha, C Tyler and C Mitchell
Victoria University of Wellington
PROTOTYPE TESTING OF LUCI SOFTWARE FOR DETERMINING ON FARM NUTRIENT LOSSES AND MITIGATION OPTIONS IN THE MANGATARERE CATCHMENT

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Shepherd


Mark Shepherd D Selbie, R Monaghan, D Wheeler, K Cameron, H J  Di, G Edwards, R Bryant, D Chapman, D Dalley and B Malcolm
AgResearch, Hamilton
UNDERSTANDING NITROGEN FLOWS THROUGH WINTER FORAGE CROPS: OBSERVATIONS FROM NEW ZEALAND

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Singh


Ranvir Singh, D J Horne and M J Hedley
Fertilizer & Lime Research Centre, Massey University
VARIABLE NITROGEN ATTENUATION CAPACITY FOR TARGETED AND EFFECTIVE WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN NEW ZEALAND AGRICUTURAL CATCHMENTS

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Sprosen


Mike Sprosen, B Carlson, D Houlbrooke and S Ledgard
AgResearch, Hamilton
EVALUATION OF THE EFFECT OF SOIL COMPACTION ON URINE PATCH AREA AND PLANT RECOVERY OF URINE-NITROGEN

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Stafford


Aaron Stafford, P Jeyakumar, M Hedley and C Anderson
Ballance Agri-Nutrients, Tauranga
CADMIUM ACCUMULATION IN CHICORY AND RYEGRASS WITH MODIFICATION OF SOIL pH

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Tanner


Chris C Tanner, E Uuemaa, C C Palliser and A O Hughes
NIWA, Hamilton
ACCOUNTING FOR HEADWATER SEEPAGE WETLAND NITROGEN ATTENUATION IN FARM ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING

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Taylor


Alicia Taylor, B Jackson and A Metherell
Victoria University of Wellington
EVALUATING THE UNCERTAINTIES IN NEW ZEALAND’S GIS DATASETS; UNDERSTANDING WHERE AND WHEN FRAMEWORKS SUCH AS LUCI CAN ENABLE ROBUST DECISIONS SURROUNDING FARM MANAGEMENT PRACTICES

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Taylor


Alastair Taylor, C Finlayson and L Aubrey
Ballance Agri-Nutrients, Tauranga
FARM ENVIRONMENT PLANS – HELPING FARMERS THROUGH THE FOURTH AGRARIAN REVOLUTION

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Taylor


Matthew Taylor and R Hill
Waikato Regional Council, Hamilton
THE 20 YEAR EVOLUTION OF THE WAIKATO REGION SOIL QUALITY MONITORING

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Taylor


Matthew Taylor, J Drewry, B Stevenson, J Cavanagh, N Foster and F Curran-Cournane
Waikato Regional Council, Hamilton
HOW CLOSELY DO DIFFERENT OLSEN P MEASURES CORRELATE?

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Thornton


Craig Thornton and A E Elledge
Department of Natural Resources Mines and Energy,
Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia

THE BRIGALOW CATCHMENT STUDY: THE IMPACTS OF DEVELOPING ACACIA HARPOPHYLLA WOODLAND FOR CROPPING OR GRAZING ON HYDROLOGY, SOIL FERTILITY AND WATER QUALITY IN THE BRIGALOW BELT BIOREGION OF AUSTRALIA

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Todd


Malcolm Todd
Horizons Regional Council, Palmerston North
LEARNINGS FROM TEN YEARS OF HILL COUNTRY FARM PLAN MAPPING

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Tumbure


Akinson Tumbure, M R Bretherton, P Bishop and M J Hedley
School of Agriculture & Environment, Massey University
PLANNING LOW COST TECHNOLOGIES TO ENHANCE THE AGRONOMIC EFFECTIVENESS AND USE OF LOW GRADE DOROWA PHOSPHORUS ROCK

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Tyler


Colin Tyler, T Lissaman and V Caseley
Ravensdown Environmental, Christchurch
FARM ENVIRONMENTAL PLANS IN RELATION TO RESOURCE CONSENTS, REGIONAL/DISTRICT PLAN COMPLIANCE AND
ON-FARM MANAGEMENT; THE ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS

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Ubeynarayana


N Ubeynarayana, P Jeyakumar, R Calvelo Pereira, P Bishop and C Anderson
Fertilizer & Lime Research Centre, Massey University
DETERMINATION OF THE CADMIUM UPTAKE MECHANISM IN FORAGE SPECIES IN NEW ZEALAND LIVESTOCK GRAZING SYSTEMS

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Wakelin


Steve Wakelin, L Dowling, J Monge and G West
Scion, Dunedin
CARBON FORESTRY AS A DRIVER FOR LAND USE CHANGE

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Woodford


Keith Woodford, A Roberts and M Manning
Lincoln University, Christchurch
DAIRY COMPOSTING BARNS CAN IMPROVE PRODUCTIVITY, ENHANCE COW WELFARE AND REDUCE ENVIRONMENTAL FOOTPRRINT:  A SYNTHESIS OF CURRENT KNOWLEDGE AND RESEARCH NEEDS

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Woods


Roshean Woods
Agri Magic Ltd, Christchurch
A LICENSE TO FARM – FINDING VALUE BEYOND COMPLIANCE

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Wright-Stow


Aslan Wright-Stow, C Tanner, F Matheson, T Stephens, J Quinn, D Burger and J Young
DairyNZ, Hamilton
ACCELERATING UPTAKE OF CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS AND RIPARIAN BUFFERS BY QUANTIFYING ATTENUATION PERFORMANCE: A PROPOSED NATIONAL INVESTIGATION

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