All the signs are pointing to a good harvest for Marlborough onion seed grower Rob Harrison-Jones.
Trophies that haven't seen the light of day for around 80 years will be now presented to a new generation of competitors.
Singapore Airlines puts on four charter flights to get hundreds of tonnes of South Island cherries to Asia in time for Chinese New Year.
High country farmer Andrew Hurst isn't letting chickenpox stop him from lifting his farm's productivity.
Save Lake Karapiro president Angus Robson says the Waikato Regional Council's Healthy Rivers plan change contains major flaws.
Farmers are taking advantage of a glorious summer in the south.
A mix of drystock and dairy farmers are finalists in the Farm Environment Awards.
OPINION: Comparing our farming system with that of northern Afghanistan puts our worries in perspective.
Farmers may soon have a new weapon in the fight against slug damage in crops.
New Zealand's largest blueberry producer is picking berries as fast as it can grow them.
It may be the grape that "wine snobs cannot bear", but our sauvignon blanc remains a big hit overseas.
Have you come across this quirky sight on your summer travels?
Zespri's European chief has to balance the demands of the co-operative and needs of growers.
Three consecutive years of heavy hailstorms have seen Tasman pipfruit growers erect nets to protect their crops.
Its business as usual for Middle Valley farmers Neil and Lyn Campbell after winning the South Island Farmer of the Year award.
Waikato farmers have been told to keep an eye out for new signs of velvetleaf this summer.
Healthy Rivers Plan for Change is headed to the Hamilton High Court.
The risks of being over-reliant on one avocado variety have been lessened with the introduction of a new one.
The season's first blueberries are in shops, and the bulk of the fruit will be ready for Christmas.
Potatoes NZ has joined 11 other groups in a biosecurity agreement with the Government.
They were just sitting in the field, now they're gone. But they're pretty big, so did anyone notice them being pinched?
While tariffs are reducing, the horticulture industry is facing rising numbers of non-tariff barriers to exports.
A cold and wet spring has North Island asparagus growers in short supply.
Treated vineyard posts could be reduced to charcoal, then used to make car tyres.
OPINION: Farmers can make a more informed decision on the Healthy Rivers Plan for Change now that Federated Farmers has updated its website.
The Rockit mini-apple has been an export success story, but shareholders have had a falling out.
'Relief' as Government increases the number of Pacific Islanders eligible to work in orchards and market gardens.
Surging SunGold sales have convinced Zespri to grow more of the popular kiwifruit variety.
Confusion around Healthy Rivers Plan for Change is turning people away from buying and selling rural property.
Kiwifruit sales are mounting in the Middle East where local customs must be respected.