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Gareth Carter says May is the ideal time to plant strawberries.
The main risk for landowners is the liability they may face following an injury.
Opinion: Regen ag won't save the planet, as climate change is everyone's responsibility.
Opinion: Experts regard agrichemicals as important in developing antibiotics and vaccines.
Gareth Carter has some advice on which varieties are best for Whanganui conditions.
We need to look after rural folk and their mental health, our economy depends on it.
The MP of more than 25 years is causing the Government more and more headaches.
Opinion: The Government has put just two options on the table - its way or stay the same.
Opinion: We need to rapidly make changes but they must be the right changes.
Opinion: The spread of disease between humans and animals remains a constant threat.
The Climate Commission threatens a number of sectors.
Opinion: Low prices are an ill wind that blows nobody any good.
Food prices have been subdued of late but global commodity markets point to big rises.
New Zealand is good at talking but slow to act, argues Cecilia Robinson.
Opinion: We got rid of plastic bags - why can't we get rid of synthetic carpets?
Global travel's off limits so go see our stunning country.
New broadband option is bound to tempt some users.
Opinion: Dr Doug Edmeades takes a tongue in cheek look at "Regenerative Agriculture 2020".
Opinion: Regenerative agriculture - are we all just arguing over a definition?
Opinion: Farrowing crates save piglets lives when they are at their most vulnerable.
Everyone cheered the RMA's demise but will new laws be at the mercy of political conflict?