Environment Canterbury announced today that it will be seeking permission on behalf of a co-ordinating group to release a new variant of rabbit haemorrhagic disease.
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A new variant of rabbit haemorrhagic disease known as RHDV1 K5 has been approved for registration in Australia by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APMVA).
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Canterbury received average rainfall in December, however after three consecutive winters with very low recharge of groundwater, we expect:
Environment Canterbury today sent a package of information to many Selwyn Waihora farmers reminding them of their responsibility to meet nutrient management limits and to help them find out whether...
Environment Canterbury today announced its approval of a new tool for Selwyn Waihora farmers to use. “NCheck” has been approved for use in the Selwyn Te Waihora catchment only.
With the long weekend almost here, recreational water users are being reminded to avoid contact with some Canterbury and South Canterbury waterways.
Velvetleaf is one of the world's worst cropping weeds, affecting many arable crops by competing for nutrients, space, and water.
Evaluating the use of purposeful recharge to help replenish declining groundwater levels, restore flows in the coastal drains and improve water quality.
Check out our efforts to encourage native birds to nest along the Ashley River/Rakahuri.
Environment Canterbury Chief Scientist Tim Davie explains why tuna (freshwater eels) have become stranded in the Selwyn River and why flows are so low.
Adrian Meredith, Environment Canterbury Principal Surface Water Quality Scientist, explains why flows in the Selwyn River are currently so low.