We know two full days of conference is not for every partner – no matter how involved in the business or supporting they are.
In these rapidly changing times horticulture needs leaders that have the confidence and skills to take the industry into the future.
There is always something interesting and unique to experience at our conferences and the 2018 programme is shaping up to continue that tradition.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment has released a report Investment opportunities in the New Zealand cherry industry.
We are pleased to report that Juan Rosales has been appointed as Biosecurity and Export Manager for Summerfruit NZ.
If you haven't given much thought to what an invasion of the brown marmorated stinkbug (BMSB) might mean to New Zealand, Kathryn Schulz's article in the New Yorker magazine will...
An NZIER report has made a case for introducing Samurai wasps to deal with brown marmorated stink bugs (BMSB), should they become established in New Zealand.
Karen McLean of Conference Makers Ltd, is the new person looking after Summerfruit NZ’s conference sponsorship.
If you have any Japan or Korean OAP sealing tape that is over two years old, please return it to the IVA for destruction.
New Zealand summerfruit have once again proven to be popular products according reports just released by The 5+ A Day Charitable Trust.