Horticulture New Zealand is looking forward to a time when all regional councils will manage their waterways in the same way, thanks to today’s release of the new National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management,
Patrick Malley from Northland was crowned Young Grower of the Year 2014 last night at the Rydges Latimer in Christchurch.
New Zealand will have a high profile presence at this year’s leading trade event for the fresh produce sector in Asia which runs from September 3 – 5 in Hong Kong.
Northland kiwifruit and avocado grower Patrick Malley is the toast of all commercial fruit and vegetable growers in the country today.
A report released today by the horticulture industry shows tariffs imposed by other countries on our products cost New Zealand’s 5000 commercial growers an average of $36,000 each, which is a decrease of $8,000 on the 2012 figures.
Horticulture New Zealand foundation director Brian Gargiulo has resigned and Horowhenua greenhouse grower Hayden Armstrong has been co-opted by the board to fill the vacancy.
Horticulture New Zealand president Julian Raine has accepted the resignation of the organisation’s long-serving chief executive Peter Silcock.
Horticulture New Zealand wants 100% x-ray of passenger bags reinstated at our international airports, at least until summer ends, following yet another Queensland fruit fly detection.
Horticulture New Zealand welcomes the decisive voter turnout for the kiwifruit industry’s Kiwifruit Industry Strategy Project.
New Zealand’s commercial fruit and vegetable growers are asking everyone going to the World Cup Cricket match at Eden Park tomorrow to help smash an unwanted Aussie visitor for a six.