It has been a year since Tammy Wright established her landscape, gardening and riparian planting business, Fork and Spade, and since then she has got busier and busier.
The quality of water entering lakes, rivers and streams from farms in the Upper Clutha catchment is improving due to the thousands of natives being planted. One of the nurseries supplying plants is Wanaka’s Te Kakano Aotearoa Trust nursery.
Domaine Thomson Wines hosted the Central Otago Young Viticulturist of the Year educational day last Thursday.
Makikihi Fries is bracing for impact as manager Stewart Hydes pleads with Government, on behalf of the potato industry, to stop a surplus of European product being dumped in New Zealand.
Vanuatu's approach to repatriating seasonal workers stuck in Central Otago may be motivated by economics more than fears of Covid-19, an orchardist and a worker say.
Horticulture and viticulture industry leaders in Central Otago are trying hard to accommodate more than 700 ni-Vanuatu seasonal workers left stranded by Covid-19 border closures.
CharRees Vineyard owners Charlie and Esma Hill put a call out on social media for help to harvest during lockdown.
The streets around the Teviot Valley have never been so quiet, the region’s Central Otago District Council representative Stephen Jeffery says.
The annual Winter Feed crop competition fundraiser, benefiting the wider Omakau area, will not go ahead this year due to Covid-19 — but not all is lost.
Vineyard owners and winemakers are predicting this year’s vintage will be a ‘‘stunner’, which could be the silver lining to a harvest like no other.
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Washdyke company Heartland Chips continues a strong production line during the Covid-19 lockdown, as the timing meant the business was already well prepared.
Good Samaritan Ika Willett, of Arrrowtown, tidies up produce from her farm in preparation for the next customer.
Balclutha teenager Hadley Lowry (14) sizes up a pumpkin on the bathroom scales this week as his possible entry for the South Otago A&P Society Virtual Giant Pumpkin competition ending next Friday.