6 October 2023
Taylor Leabourn, a 28-year-old produce lead, won the 2023 Young Grower national title in Pukekohe on Thursday (5 October).
4 October 2023
Circular economy is a big buzz word at the moment, encapsulating a new way of doing business where we design our waste and reuse resources wherever possible.
19 September 2023
A passion for horticulture and community is the driving force behind TomatoesNZ's newest board member, Jungeun (Jiny) Kim.
15 September 2023
Horticulture New Zealand welcomes the National Party’s Primary Sector Growth Plan which includes provisions to make fruit and vegetable growing a permitted activity.
Horticulture New Zealand welcomes the National Party’s Primary Sector Growth Plan which includes provisions to make water storage on farmland a permitted activity.
13 September 2023
HortNZ is supporting growers to deliver Good Agriculture Practice (GAP) freshwater farm plans through the Growing Change project.
A decision to move back to her hometown and plant avocados four years ago has been the start of a big growth journey for Te Puke's Libby McKenzie.
30 August 2023
The landscape for our growers is changing. Market access requirements, pest and disease resistance, consumer demand and regulatory shifts are all factors that impact the way they grow our food.
17 August 2023
The horticulture industry is celebrating the news that the Natural and Build Environment Act (NBA) will support commercial fruit and vegetable growing in New Zealand.
T&G Global's supply & continuous improvement technician, Jan Buter, was awarded Hawke's Bay's Young Fruit Grower award at a gala dinner in Hastings last Friday.