Kiwifruit growers have bid for licences to plant 400 ha of gold product.
Dairy farmers taking to fodder beet as a feeding option for their cows want DairyNZ to fill in research holes about the crop.
Strong grower returns and excellent export market growth has Zespri boss Lain Jager confident about the future.
A commentator says this year's grape vintage will offer a mixed bag.
Press can't keep pace with bumper harvest as council imposes waste water restrictions.
Kiwifruit marketers cut out of exporting to fight Zespri court appeal.
Drones could be enlisted in the battle to combat the spread of velvetleaf weed.
The best organic kiwifruit growers are able to foot it with conventional orchardists.
Despite high returns to organic kiwifruit growers, Splice Fruit is barred from exporting to Austria.
Roxburgh fruit grower Jack Gilchrist is Central Otago's young fruit grower of the year.
The arable industry has its challenges, but remains in good shape, says leader Guy Wrigley.
Winter hits farmers but they say they are prepared and stock condition and pasture levels are okay.
New Zealand's $1.9b kiwifruit industry depends on developing new novel varieties.
Golden Bay kiwifruit growers want urgent action to prevent a repeat of flood damage that devastated their crops.
Black gold and white gold may have slowed in Taranaki, but liquid gold is flowing in the hinterland.
Zespri's profits are set to rise as licence revenue for the SunGold variety comes on stream.
Five fruit growers are vying for the Central Otago Young Fruit Grower crown.
More fodderbeet seed lines could be contaminated with velvetleaf, the Ministry for Primary Industries says.
Prices for kiwifruit orchards have soared as Zespri targets $3.3 billion revenue by 2020.
A fourth seed line has been found to be contaminated by the invasive pest weed.
John Stalker, 78, will represent New Zealand for the first time at the world vintage ploughing champs.
Onion-growers weep tears of joy at news that returns have doubled on their tasty crop.
Kiwifruit New Zealand have turned down an appeal to allow two exporters to partner with Zespri.
Southland farmers are upset about a lack of legal action following the velvetleaf outbreak.
The multi-million dollar Waihao Downs irrigation scheme will be ready for the next irrigation season.
A near-perfect autumn planting has brought cheer to South Canterbury's grain and seed farmers.
Natural ingredients company Comvita knows it will not reach its revenue target through honey alone, so is developing other products.
In their 138 years on the same Mid Canterbury property, the Rickard family have experienced farming's highs and lows.
The winter supply of carrots, potatoes, parsnips, brussel sprouts and swedes from Ohakune is at risk if it doesn't rain.