Research on regenerative agriculture in New Zealand might benefit some regions more than others, reports Rural News Group. A new report, ‘Place-based approaches to assessing the impact of regenerative agriculture in New Zealand’, looked at four case studies across the country where regenerative farming principles could address problems faced by farming communities. In Pukekohe, the South Auckland area that contributes over 20% of New Zealand’s vegetables, the report highlights the potential for regenerative agriculture practices to address the very low soil carbon levels, and more.
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