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The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) is trialling new hologram technology to educate international travellers about the importance of biosecurity at the border.
‘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).
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.
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.
Trade Minister Todd McClay has launched a new online portal and non-tariff barrier (NTB) clearing house to improve Kiwi access to international markets.
Andy Warren reflects on the importance of cut flower industry involvement and what have been the benefits of nearly 20 years 'sitting at the table' with key agency staff
A regional feedback session with some of our Northern flower growers to see what's happening 'out and about' around the regions
Growers report on the season so far from a South Island perspective, and it will be no surprise that there is a
They say the 'secret's in the seaweed' and Australian company Natrakelp harvest bull kelp off the coast of Tasmania, and turn it into some interesting horticultural products. Chris Smellie, NZFGA secretary provides a product review for growers
NZFGA Executive member Richard Mangin shares his views on the state of play when it comes to Cut Flower Industry Advocacy matters