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Smart business are becoming much more holistic in their thinking.

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We continue our series of video interviews with Dr Morgan Williams, asking how trends in farm management have affected agricultural research. Morgan Williams interview question 5 from Catalyst Creative on Vimeo.

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Marketing and Sales Manager for Hatuma Dicalcic Phosphate, Aaron Topp, speaks to Richard Loe on Live Sport about the on-going commitment to quality and the safety of topdressing pilots in New Zealand. Listen to the talk here

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A fertiliser company working with the topdressing industry to ensure quality and safety. Catch the TVNZ video here

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A fertiliser company has partnered with the top dressing industry to improve pilot safety nationwide and carried out a set of trials today. Hatuma, a Hawke’s Bay fertiliser and lime company is working with aviation companies in Oamaru, Wairarapa and Hawke’s Bay to carry out new safety trials which could help save pilots lives. The..

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The latest in our ongoing series of videos, discussing New Zealand agriculture with Dr Morgan Williams. Morgan Williams interview question 4 from Catalyst Creative on Vimeo.

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Part two in a series of clips we made a little while back, talking to Dr Morgan Williams about the ‘big picture’ in NZ agriculture. In this clip, Dr Williams discusses whether industry leaders are starting to see the future of agriculture in a different light.

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Here’s the first of a series of clips we made a little while back, talking to Dr Morgan Williams about the ‘big picture’ in NZ agriculture. In this clip, Dr Williams discusses the future and what we can learn about systems in nature. Morgan Williams interview question 1 from Catalyst Creative on Vimeo.

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For the first time Hatuma Dicalcic Phosphate fertiliser is readily available in the South Island and farmers are flocking to get their hands on it. The fertiliser, made from a matured blend of lime and superphosphate, can reduce the cost of fertiliser and the level of nutrients added to pastures. Hatuma Marketing and Sales Manager..

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Over 200 rural schools throughout New Zealand have received a financial surprise thanks to their local farmers. Schools from as far south Otago and many throughout the central North Island will get much needed money for resources such as books and sports equipment. Gladstone School in Wairarapa was one of the schools to receive some of..

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