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Hatuma Dicalcic Phosphate was proud to be one of the sponsors of the recent Wairarapa Gate to Plate event at the Masterton A&P Show. The Gate-to-Plate event is a competition where Wairarapa farmers submit one lamb each to be judged – first on the hoof, then on the hook, and finally on the plate. We’re..

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Dairy farmer, Andrew Young is passionate about protecting the environment and does everything he can to prevent nutrients leaching into waterways on his property. “I use Hatuma Dicalcic Phosphate because it’s a non-water soluble product, so it stays in the soil for the plant to use and doesn’t run off into our rivers and streams…

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Rural schools around the country have been able to boost resources thanks to the help of farmers and fertiliser company, Hatuma Dicalcic Phosphate Ltd. Farmers throughout New Zealand are invited to donate money to Hatuma’s “Growing Minds” fund by nominating a school and in return Hatuma donates a percentage of their dicalcic phosphate order to..

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National Sales Manager for Hatuma Dicalcic Phosphate, Andrew Forsyth, speaks to Richard Loe on Live Sport about how Hatuma is helping curb pollution in a rural red zone. Listen to talk here.

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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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A Whangarei lime quarry is investing in the growing interest among Northland farmers in low input farming – a farm management approach that seeks to reduce fertiliser application rates and costs, while maintaining farm profits and production levels. Recently, Avoca Lime Company Ltd began production of dicalcic phosphate, a fertiliser made from a combination of..

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A surge in demand for Dicalcic Phosphate fertiliser throughout the South Island shows more farmers are shifting towards lower cost and more efficient farming methods. Aaron Topp from Hatuma Dicalcic Phosphate Ltd says market production of Dicalcic Phosphate may have jumped by over twenty five per cent in the last 9 months, with New Zealand’s..

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An Otago lime quarry is investing in the growing interest among Otago farmers in low input farming – a farm management approach that seeks to reduce fertiliser application rates and costs, while maintaining farm profits and production levels. Last autumn Parkside Quarries became one of the first South Island manufacturers of Hatuma Dicalcic Phosphate, a..

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