NSW grain growers have been urged to send wheat stripe rust samples to the Australian Rust Survey following confirmation of a new strain of the fungus which causes the disease at two sites in Victoria’s Mallee and Wimmera regions.Read More »
Over forty years of teaching Parks and Recreation at Lincoln, one of the University’s renowned flagship courses, was celebrated last Wednesday night with a campus gathering of over eighty alumni and VIP guests.Read More »
Ever been fined $400 at the border for a forgotten banana and wondered about the strict biosecurity rules in New Zealand? A University of Canterbury academic is working to make it possible to instantly identify suspect insects, plants and fungi from a photo using artificial intelligence (AI) and big data.Read More »
Jake Dromgool from The Landing in Kerikeri has became the Bayer Auckland/Northern Young Viticulturist of the Year 2018.Read More »
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) and Plant & Food Research have just released their joint report on ‘The Evolution of Plant Protein – Assessing Consumer Response'.Read More »
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Eight of Hawke’s Bay’s top young horticulturists will face off in the Hawke’s Bay Young Fruitgrower of the Year competition in Napier on 28-29 June.
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) has announced an extension to the funding round for its Erosion Control Funding Programme (ECFP) to 13 July 2018.
Tall Trees Nursery has come a long way since director David Vanderuit first planted a small plot of trees out the back of the family’s quarter acre block at Balnarring, on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula.