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School students will next Tuesday find how they can support biosecurity as they take part in a live video programme featuring the flamboyant host of Gardening Australia, Costa Georgiadis.
Bee colony losses in New Zealand continue to be significantly lower than many other countries, according to the Ministry for Primary Industries' (MPI) third annual survey on bee colony losses.
The Flower Association will be hosting a grower workshop on the afternoon of 28 March as part of the Rural Water Use Efficiency programme.
With the current volatile political environment, the Voice of Horticulture is calling on all its members to ensure they have the correct policies and procedures in place within their organisation to deal with sexual harassment and bullying.
Visitors should expext to be inspired at the 2018 Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show, as the smell of bursting blooms once again fills the air from Wednesday 21 March to Sunday 25 March inside the Royal Exhibition Building & Carlton Gardens.
It’s been almost a year since the new Horticulture Code of Conduct came into effect. Those who grow fruit or vegetables, source them from growers in Australia and sell them to other businesses as an agent or a merchant, their business activities are likely to be subject to the Code.
NZPPI is calling for nominations for Board members for two Sector Board Seats.
The NZ Flower Growers Association (NZFGA) will merge with NZPPI from 1 April, enabling flower growers the opportunity to become part of a larger horticulture industry group.
A guide to the management of irrigation and drainage on flower farms has been developed by the Flower Association and made available to the industry for free via its 'Flowers' app.
The Australian Government reported that it is working with industry to modernise the agricultural statistics system to reduce burden on farmers, minimise data collection costs and improve the accuracy and quality of statistics.