Research Officer – Department of Agricultural Sciences, Agriculture & Life Sciences Faculty, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand.
Sonya Olykan initially joined the Dryland Pastures Research Group as past of the Sub4Spring research project and is currently working within the the Hill Country Futures programme. Sonya conducts research in Agronomy, Soil Science and Environmental Science.
Previously Sonya worked for the Forest Research Institute (now Scion) in forest nutrition and sustainability.
- Olykan ST, Lucas RJ, Nicholson DJ, Doscher C, Moot DJ. 2019. Maximising the subterranean clover content on a summer-dry Wairarapa hill-country farm through grazing management. Journal of New Zealand Grasslands 81: 91-100.
- Olykan ST, Lucas RJ, Moot DJ. 2019. Sampling methods for clover species in grazed pastures to diagnose mineral deficiencies. Journal of New Zealand Grasslands 81: 241-248.
- Olykan ST, Lucas RJ, Teixeira CS, Subtil RA, Moot DJ. 2018. Establishment, production and regeneration of subterranean clovers in the Mackenzie Basin, New Zealand. Journal of New Zealand Grasslands 80: 145-153.
A complete list of our scientific papers can be found here. PDFs of the conference presentations associated with these key publications are available via the Field Days and Extension Publications page.