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Canterbury’s rural primary schools have been given a welcome boost to resources, thanks to the support of local farmers and fertiliser company, Hatuma Dicalcic Phosphate Ltd. Farmers throughout New Zealand are invited to support Hatuma’s ‘Growing Minds’ fund by nominating a school and in return Hatuma donates money from the fund to that school. It’s..

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  Farming in a drought prone area poses its challenges for Wairarapa farmer Jim Alpe, but he says Hatuma Dicalcic Phosphate® keeps his soil healthy and has significantly improved pasture quality and crop yields. Jim owns a farm near Martinborough and also is a working Director in an agricultural contracting business, Colton Brothers, which specialises..

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The decision to use Hatuma Dicalcic Phosphate was a game changer for Hawke’s Bay farmer, Ron Dawson who started applying the fertiliser five years ago and has never looked back. He says using Hatuma Dicalcic Phosphate® is the best farming decision he ever made and he saw results over a short period of time. “The stock started..

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The Waipukurau Racecourse was a hive of activity on Sunday (15th September) as eager walkers and runners from as far away as Christchurch gathering for the annual Hatuma Lime Half Marathon. The event which was renamed this year following the new alliance with naming sponsor the Hatuma Lime Company, was deemed a success on all..

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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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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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