28 April 2022
For those who have not worked in or been personally involved with central government, Wellington can seem a weird place. What do the growing numbers of public servants do all day?
13 April 2022
We’re now more than a quarter of the way through a year that was always going to be taxing for the horticulture industry and the country as a whole.
6 April 2022
If all of HortNZ’s members were a part of one massive business entity, our diversity would be a considerable strength. HortNZ’s role is to bring our industry together for the greater good.
31 March 2022
The challenges continue in what is always a busy time for most growers. Process vegetable growers are getting the last of their crops off.
9 March 2022
It is an intense time for growers as well as New Zealanders across the country. The pressures are forcing businesses and facilities to close and supermarket shelves are empty.
2 March 2022
There’s been some good news lately on labour and trade that will have a positive impact on next season and our industry’s future.
2 February 2022
"Chaos in the world brings uneasiness, but it allows the opportunity for creativity and growth." Tom Barrett
18 January 2022
The new year – 2022 – is only just a few weeks old and yet already, our industry is facing challenges – all of which we are actively managing in the best ways possible.…
22 December 2021
To say 2021 has been a challenging year for growers would be an understatement.
14 December 2021
The export cherry season is now underway and summerfruit has started appearing in the supermarkets. In other words, the new season’s fruit harvest is gathering pace, as Christmas fast approaches.