North Canterbury’s winegrowers are in a good position to weather the storm of climate change as they’re already accustomed to delaing with adversity, research suggests.
Bragato Research Institute viticulture extension and research manager Len Ibbotson said there would be an increase in weather swings in future, but the Caterbury region was well-placed to cope.
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Hi neighbours,we have just received a bill from spark,for$1113.50,a scam no doubt but be aware .We received one a while back,along the same lines..
Land Air Water Aotearoa found urban waterways generally had the worst water quality, followed by those flowing through pastureland, while those in native forest had the best.
One expert said it was hard to find a Canterbury river where at least one indicator was not degrading, but improving quality was a long-term game and people need to keep their eye on the ball.
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