The government has announced an independent review of forestry's role in the Emissions Trading Scheme, saying owners have complained of "excessive costs".
An agriculture consultant sees headwinds appearing for dairy farmers relying on imported palm kernel expeller (PKE) as a supplementary feed.
Canterbury fruit and vegetable growers are the first to delve into HortNZ’s projects, sector support and an important levy at a series of meetings being held across the country.
A new orchard planting system that increases yields with a two-dimensional structure is being trialled by Central Otago fruit growers.
A compliment for a great tasting bowl of porridge, made from southern oats, may soon be "that’s some fine Gardyne".
After almost 70 years of brightening up the country, the family behind a Southland tulip business are taking the time to stop and smell the roses.
Vigilance is being urged as a windier summer increases the risk of a maize and sweetcorn pest being spread.
Royalty fees are about to be enforced on farmers harvesting seed from protected wheat, barley and other crop varieties and saving it for future re-sowing.
Fruit and vegetable delivery business Wonky Box has its eyes on making further inroads into the South Island.
A Central Otago juice company is investigating yet another way of reducing cherry waste - by freezing them.
A group of 12 to 15 arable farmers are counting about $6 million in losses from a late hail storm landing in a belt running from Canterbury’s Methven to Highbank.
Arable growers may be losing thousands of dollars in profit from harvest losses because their combine harvesters are not dialled in.
One Central Otago orchard has a list of more than 7000 job-seekers as locals and returning international backpackers hunt the same jobs.
Stonefruit will be on our shelves later than usual this season after Cyclone Gabrielle decimated the crops in Hawke’s Bay and Gisborne this year.
Demand for Jersey Benne potatoes is set to "go crazy" from next week, an Oamaru commercial grower says.
Canterbury growers staring at lower prices for wheat crops this season are grateful farm costs are also coming off highs.
Navigating the costly Cook Strait passage will be key to Canterbury crop growers wanting to grow more wheat for the North Island market.