Chris Clement, 29, from Apata Group has beaten off tough competition from five other entrants to be crowned Bay of Plenty's Young Fruit Grower for 2016 at tonight's gala dinner.
Five young fruit growers from orchards across Nelson are sharpening their pruning shears in preparation for next week’s regional Young Fruit Grower competition at Hoddy’s Orchard in Nelson.
Eight young fruit growers from orchards across the Hawke’s Bay are sharpening their secateurs in preparation for next week’s Hawke’s Bay Young Fruitgrower of the Year competition
Jordan James, 25, from Mr Apple has beaten off tough competition from seven other entrants to be crowned Hawke's Bay's Young Fruitgrower for 2016 at Saturday night's gala dinner.
Jack Gilchrist from Roxburgh has been awarded third place at the Young Grower of the Year annual awards dinner in Pukekohe tonight.
Andrew Hutchinson from Pukekohe, Auckland, was crowned Young Grower of the Year at tonight’s awards dinner in his home town. He has been identified by industry leaders as a shining example of the exceptional young talent in our $5 billion horticultural sector.
Chris Clement from Bay of Plenty has been awarded second place at the Young Grower of the Year annual awards dinner in Pukekohe tonight.
HortNZ congratulates the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) and Minister Nathan Guy for undertaking a review of New Zealand’s biosecurity strategy, and the development of Biosecurity 2025 Protecting to grow New Zealand.
Horticulture New Zealand welcomes the independent panel’s recognition that Auckland’s horticulture industry makes a “considerable contribution to the wider economic productivity of, and food supply for, Auckland and New Zealand”.