NZFGA NEWSLETTER ARCHIVES

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18-10-2017

Interplant’s new roses ‘Flow’

After thousands of crossings and 25 years of experimenting, Interplant says that it has succeeded in creating a new type of rose family that goes beyond the traditional rose, which it calls 'Flow'.

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17-10-2017

NZFGA may be wound up

Resolutions moved at this year’s AGM provide for the winding up of the NZ Flower Growers Association, unless other solutions are found.

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17-10-2017

NSW cut flower exports

There are many flowers grown in Australia suitable for export, according to the Australian Cut Flower Industry's website.

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12-09-2017

NZGAP Future Focus - Technology Report

New Zealand GAP says that it’s aware that the country’s primary industries are at the beginning of a technology revolution, and is anticipating and planning for a phase of rapid change is this area.

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11-09-2017

Phytosanitary issue for Indian plant imports

The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) reports that the Indian Government has begun issuing phytosanitary certificates from an electronic web-based system.

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05-09-2017

MPI trialling hologram tech

The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) is trialling new hologram technology to educate international travellers about the importance of biosecurity at the border.

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01-09-2017

‘Click and Collect’ an attractive option for retailers, consumers

‘Click and Collect’ could be a very attractive option for retailers and consumers alike in the greenlife space, according to industry body, Nursery & Garden Industry Australia (NGIA).

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28-08-2017

EHPEA has successfully finalised benchmarking

Ethiopian Horticulture Producer Exporters Association (EHPEA) has successfully finalized the benchmarking of its flowers & ornamentals and plant propagation material scheme, the EHPEA Code of Practice for Sustainable Flower Production - Silver Level.

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24-08-2017

Diagnosing plant diseases quicker, more accurately

Victoria Australia's ability to protect its $2.3 billion horticulture industry against devastating bacterial plant diseases is now even more robust thanks to Agriculture Victoria's world-leading bioscience capabilities.

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23-08-2017

Exporters to benefit from new trade access portal

Trade Minister Todd McClay has launched a new online portal and non-tariff barrier (NTB) clearing house to improve Kiwi access to international markets.

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