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The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) has introduced new measures to reduce the risk of brown marmorated stink bugs arriving in vehicles and machinery from Japan.
Flowers Victoria says it offers yet another creative and branding opportunity to inspire wedding ideas and wedding bookings for participating stylists/florists.
Australia’s Federal Government will be implementing a mandatory requirement that all consignments of cut flowers and foliage imported into Australia are free of live quarantine pests and that this is endorsed on a phytosanitary certificate from the exporting country.
A digital biosecurity officer will help international visitors arriving at Auckland Airport.
In an Australian-first, the NSW Government has recently announced $1.3 million towards a queen bee breeding and evaluation programme.
New Zealand’s environment and primary industries are under threat from pests the country doesn’t even know about yet.
The Flower Association is developing generic media release templates that are available for industry members to modify and release on behalf of their own business to attract local media attention.
The RNA Flower and Garden Committee says it is excited to announce a potential new competition to be included in the Horticulture section of the 2018 Royal Queensland Show (Ekka), focused on commercial flower growers.
The American Floral Endowment (AFE) says that is excited to announce the grand prize winner and two honorable mentions of its #FlowerLoveVideoContest, sponsored by Asocolflores and funded through the FMRF.
The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTTP) trade agreement has the potential to transform the agricultural sector and at the same time benefit the environment, says agribusiness expert Dr Nic Lees of Lincoln University.