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Mid-winter SummerGreen events

Professor Dugald Close, from the University of Tasmania, will be hosting on-orchard SummerGreen technical presentations, during the day in Hawke’s Bay on Tuesday 2 July; and in Cromwell on Thursday...

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Mid-year grower events – save the dates in July

Summerfruit NZ is delighted to open registrations for our mid-year grower events, being held in Havelock North on Tuesday 2 July and in Cromwell on Thursday 4 July.

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Summerfruit replant disease technote

To understand more about the underlying causes of replant disease, Summerfruit NZ has contracted Plant & Food Research to carry out a review of Summerfruit (Prunus) replant disease.

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Summerfruit NZ team update

Summerfruit NZ chief executive, Kate Hellstrom, has resigned and will leave the organisation on 27 September 2024.

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Post-season SummerGreen series available on the Portal

Summerfruit NZ (SNZ) was pleased to host several speakers at the post-season SummerGreen meetings held recently in Hawke’s Bay and Central Otago. These events were well attended by growers.

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Summerfruit NZ supports PhD student to understand factors that influence calcium uptake in cherries

Claire Scofield from Plant & Food Research is currently pursuing a PhD with the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture at the University of Tasmania.

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Mid-year grower events – save the dates in July

In early July 2024, SNZ will be holding two grower events (one in Hawke’s Bay on Tuesday 2 July, and one in Central Otago on Thursday 4 July).

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Invitation to AsureQuality and NZ Food Safety breakfast event

AsureQuality is partnering with NZ Food Safety and the Institute of Directors to host a breakfast event in Auckland on 1 May 2024.

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Australian Cherry Industry Conference

Join Raj Singh, SNZ Business Manager, on a trip to Hobart to attend the National Cherry Industry Conference.

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Call for spray diaries

With the season now over, it’s time to collate spray diary information.

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