There is ''renewed opportunity'' for landowners to get into carbon trees, Carbon Forest Services managing director Ollie Belton says.
Orchard workers Matt Mohamad, Donald Toms and Shanon Davie, all of Roxburgh, dig holes to plant new, as yet commercially unnamed, apricot varieties on Gary Bennett's Teviot orchard last week as...
Annabel Bulk was thrilled when she heard her name announced as the winner of the 2108 Bayer Young Viticulturist of the Year recently, but it was flavoured with a note of disbelief.
Although a new apprenticeship scheme will address future labour needs in the horticultural industry nationally, there is also a shortage of skilled tractor drivers and irrigation technicians to...
Countdown's plan to use Canterbury-grown wheat each year has been welcomed by growers and is probably made possible by the current drought in Australia, South Canterbury Federated Farmers arable...
Fruit-growing stakeholders are digesting a High Court ruling which they say confirms their concerns about a directive to destroy or contain imported plantings at the centre of a national...
People once came in droves to admire the thousands of dancing daffodils at Pleasant Valley Daffodil Farm, just outside Geraldine, but it will not be happening this spring.
A new grower co-operative company is being set up to manage the release, marketing and licensing of new varieties of apricot.
Horticulture NZ wants the Government to develop a national food policy statement within the Resource Management Act to recognise the country's "elite" fruit and vegetable growing areas.
Grant McKay, of Cromwell, would like to hear from young horticulturists and viticulturists who wish to help re-establish the Central Otago Young Growers Group.
The potential sale of PGG Wrightson Seed will have no impact on farmers tied up in the HT Swede debacle, the company says.
Central Otago's present and future horticultural landscape is being mapped as a tool for future district planning.
Summerfruit New Zealand has nearly completed its business case proposal for the Primary Growth Partnership (PGP), which if successful, will encourage innovation, add value and enhance the industry,...
A New Zealand-first development is taking shape at Clyde Orchards — a shed with a retractable roof will house three hectares of cherries.
The Crown will appeal a High Court's decision that the Government was negligent in allowing Psa, the virus which devastated the kiwifruit industry, into the country.
A bumper 2018 wine harvest will support export volumes and value, but the down side could be pressure to drop prices.
Annabel Bulk, of Felton Road Wines, has won the Central Otago Young Viticulturist competition for the second year in a row.
A Northland avocado grower says thieves have stripped his orchard of up to 70% of the fruit - at a loss of about $100,000 - which is pointless as it is months away from being ready to harvest.