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Agricultural and Marketing Research and Development Trust
also called "AGMARDT"

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  1. established in October 1987 by the government of New Zealand

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    created by user picturefactobot on February 12, 2009
  2. Its purpose is the "promotion and encouragement of New Zealand's interest in the agricultural, pastoral, horticultural and forestry industries"

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  3. Funds for the establishment of the trust came from the winding up of the British, Christmas Island and New Zealand Phosphate Commissions

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  4. The trust's 2007 report shows grants made in the 2007 year totalling $NZ2.3 million

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  5. Dr Bill Kane. Jeff Grant. Professor Jacqueline Rowarth

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  6. In carrying out its functions, the trust provides grants for research within New Zealand's agricultural, horticultural, pastoral and forestry industries, including farming projects, industry support, doctoral scholarships, post-doctoral fellowships a

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