The Thai Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have issued their revised guidelines to test imported fresh produce for pesticide residues.
Primary ITO's chief executive, Nigel Philpott, explains how the Government's new training scheme could work for you.
Southern Horticulture Careers Progression Manager, Chelsea Donnelly, has provided Summerfruit NZ with an update on her work in Central Otago to attract workers in to the area and summerfruit sector.
The launch of a new tool for summerfruit growers may help orchardists spend a little less time in the office.
Following Richard Mills' article Will less be more for the coming export cherry season? in Prunings last week, Radio NZ interviewed interim chief executive Richard Palmer and heard his take...
Some of you may have received an email from HortNZ requesting information on summerfruit exports to China. Unfortunately this email was sent in error and HortNZ has apologised for this misunderstanding.
The Government has approved Summerfruit NZ's Levy Order application in time before the new season begins.
Members are reminded that the Twenty Sixth Annual General Meeting of Summerfruit NZ will be held at 3.00pm on Wednesday 15 July at Alexandra Community House, 14 Centennial Avenue, Alexandra 9320.
Summerfruit NZ's research and development manager, Jack Hughes, looks at the problem of cankers on young cherry trees and the research being carried out to find solutions.