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L would be available for retail distribution and sale to commercial kiwifruit orchardists, and be used by commercial spray contractors and orchardist growers. The applicant says this antibiotic has fewer hazards and lower risks to end users and
Churton Park couple Wei Guo Huang and Barbara Zhang immigrated to Wellington from China 10 years ago with only $100,000. They have since built a business exporting New Zealand products that turned over $32 million last year. Originally from seaside
The Ministry For Primary Industries has good news for a country struggling to emerge from the worst drought in 70 years. It expects revenue from agriculture, forestry, horticulture and seafood to grow 2.2 per cent to $24.1 billion over the next year.
The Year 12 and 13 secondary school students from around the central North Island spent time in the University's biological sciences laboratories from 5-6 June, learning the skill of extracting DNA from kiwifruit. Extracting the DNA involved peeling,
Positive signs for gold kiwifruit growers Grayson Ottaway, Newstalk ZB May 29, 2013, 8:59 am Growers of the kiwifruit variety that got slammed by Psa, have a reason to smile. ZespriA¢AAs annual results for 2012 / 2013 show returns per hectare for
Warning not to trust Chinese in business dealings was ill-judged, says ex-chairman of Fonterra in apology. Auckland Airport chairwoman Joan Withers said she knew Sir Henry viewed China and Asia as critical to New Zealand's economic future. She
Zespri admits scam investigation poor NZ Newswire May 23, 2013, 6:59 am Zespri has admitted to kiwifruit growers that it did not properly investigate staff members' concerns about a Chinese dual invoicing scam, but it's not admitting any part in the
However, many people are unaware that the country is also the world's largest producer of kiwi fruit, surpassing even New Zealand, the country that the fruit is most often associated with. The small town of Campoverde produces more than 400,000
Orchard values show kiwifruit optimism Newstalk ZB staff, Newstalk ZB May 19, 2013, 7:18 am Signs of optimism are returning to the kiwifruit sector, after the near-knockout blow delivered by the Psa-V virus. Figures released by the Real Estate
Labour blames Govt bungling for exports muck-up Annabel Reid, Newstalk ZB May 18, 2013, 8:06 am Labour's criticising the Government over a lack of attention to detail, which has left millions of dollars worth of meat exports sitting in limbo in China.