Seasonal Position in Christchurch
HydroServices provides soil moisture monitoring and irrigation management advice to growers throughout New Zealand.
We are currently looking for a suitable person to join our Christchurch Branch; living...Read more
HydroServices, along with Aqualinc, were involved in planting 250 native shrubs at Spencer Park on the 26th of April 2017.
See the surprise Hamish recently found in a crop of barley in Dunleath — a Pukeko's nest.
The Irrigation New Zealand Conference and Expo will be held on 5-7 April 2016 in Oamaru.
Innovation Award entries open
A $2,500 cash prize will be awarded for ‘The Best Innovation, Discovery...Read more
The team at HydroServices recently went to Hanmer Springs for three days to review the past season and also to plan for the next irrigation season. There was lots of...Read more
Choosing and Installing Soil Moisture Sensors Workshop
2-3 October 2014 at the Hotel Ashburton, Day 1 - 9.00am to 12.00pm
Dr Anthony Davoren will be presenting a workshop at the Great Irrigation...Read more
Last year we teamed up with Precision Irrigation and AgriOptics to put together a series of workshops around the South Island covering a range of tools and techniques to help...Read more
A Canterbury irrigation expert recently gave a group of about 70 Wairarapa farmers a lesson on how to get the best out of their precious water.
The field day, held on...Read more
Download the Variable Rate Irrigation in Action report.
Tony Davoren is available to discuss any queries or questions. Tony can be contacted on 03-341 0970 or email@example.com
ECan have notified a new Land and Water Plan that will supersede the NRRP. There are a number of policies and rules that will affect farmers in the future. It...Read more
Tony Davoren attended the Governance Essentials Training Course held in Methven during May.
IrrigationNZ is running governance essentials training aimed at developing better boards. These courses are being run in partnership...Read more