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Sell yourself, not just your plants!

At the recent NGIA Growing Edge conference in Hobart, restaurant critic turned pig farmer Matthew Evans spoke of how of his early experience cooking in a Canberra culinary institution taught him the importance of quality over quantity.

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One Billion Trees forum

NZPPI recently held its first One Billion Tree Native Plants Forum meeting in Wellington.

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Nat’l Rose Trial Garden People’s Choice winner

A large gold flowered, floribunda rose from Germany has been crowned the 2018 winner of the National Rose Trial Garden People’s Choice Weekend.

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Citrus canker detected in NT

Citrus canker – a serious disease of citrus – has been detected in a retail nursery in the Northern Territory.

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Tiny wasp to combat stink bug

Horticultural industry groups, along with the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI), are working together to use a tiny parasitoid wasp to combat the Brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB).

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Enter Now - Young Achiever Award 2018

The Young Achiever competition is an opportunity for personal and professional development within the nursery and garden industry.

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Green infrastructure more than building garnish

The push is on for the health and social benefits of green infrastructure to be scientifically recognised in sustainability rating tools commonly used within the Australian infrastructure and building industry.

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Subsidised plant production an ongoing issue

NZPPI reports that the Government has announced the first round of grants from the Regional Development Fund for plant production in relation to the One Billion Trees project.

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Busy summer for frontline biosecurity officers

New Zealand's border biosecurity defenders have just been through their busiest summer on record, says the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI).

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