The mighty potato has pushed out tomatoes to take the title of New Zealand’s number one favourite vegetable.
Horticulture New Zealand has welcomed the announcement of the progress made in funding for the Ruataniwha Dam project in Hawke’s Bay.
Andrew Hutchinson from Pukekohe has beaten off tough competition from three other entrants to be crowned NZ Young Vegetable Grower of 2016.
New Zealand’s horticulture industry is collectively holding its breath while it waits to find out if there will be any more Queensland fruit flies found in Northland.
Horticulture New Zealand supports Prime Minister John Key’s efforts to raise the subject of the Australian supermarkets’ reluctance to stock processed Kiwi produce with his counterpart Tony Abbot today.
Horticulture New Zealand believes the serious allegations made by MP Shane Jones regarding supermarket chain Countdown need to be investigated by the Commerce Commission.
Horticulture New Zealand says it is unbelievable and unexpected that the country is faced with another Queensland fruit fly detection, so soon after the last one in January.
The ability of growers to farm to, or below, the limits over the time frames contained in the Tukituki Catchment Proposal (Ruataniwha) Board of Inquiry draft report will be a massive challenge.
Horticulture New Zealand’s grower members have elected two new directors to their board.
Labour’s just announced immigration policy will heavily penalise growing businesses say New Zealand’s horticulture and viticulture industry organisations.