Waikato maize growers will know more about how badly the region has been hit by velvetleaf this spring.
The Cheviot Spring Festival promises a day off the farm for farmers under pressure from the drought, and a chance to celebrate spring with their friends.
Avocados are plentiful, are already to dropped to $2 each and don't worry NZers, you don't need to feel guilty about it.
There is "no easy fix" to reduce environmental damage, but farming and forestry sector will try to reach consensus.
Gavin "Snow" Loxton is on a campaign to eradicate the invasive weed playing havoc with his lucerne crops.
Southland farmers need to tighten up on-farm biosecurity.
Bernd Olligs uses a weed-infested paddock on his farm to show people why using glyphosate should be allowed.
Celebration of viticultural talent from around the world.
Canterbury arable farmers say the Ministry for Primary Industries was too slow to act to eradicate pea weevil.
Nufarm NZ has opened a new distribution hub on the outskirts of Christchurch
NZ does not have to notify other markets about fungus rot on kiwifruit because it isn't a new detection.
One of the smallest CLAAS network dealerships comes out tops for after-sales service.
This week's snow has provided Lake Opuha with the reserves it needs going into the irrigation season.
Southland Claas Harvest Centre is the best dealership in its national network.
A Southland sheep farmer is trialling fodder beet with his sheep.
A Taranaki entrepreneur who's made money selling carbon is willing to show farmers how it's done.
Farmers say the devastating pea weevil may have made it to other parts of the North Island.
The effect of agrichemicals on the health of people who apply them is the subject of a Massey University study.
A lift in the value of fruit exports has helped offset falling dairy receipts over the past year.
A Central Otago orchardist has been awarded third place at a national young grower competition.
Organisers of a prestigious Taranaki farm environment contest say prospective entrants have nothing to lose.
Sub clover provides good feed in spring for a South Otago farming couple.
Although manuka honey has brought many benefits to Taranaki, its rapid growth has caused the odd hiccup too.
Born and bred in Kaikoura, 'Del Boy' Dalzell moved to Okaramio in 1999 to house a growing rural machinery collection.
Taranaki beekeepers fight as 'cowboys' muscle in on their territory with unregistered hives.
A historic Central Otago farm has been put on the market, but buyers will need deep pockets.
Riwaka's Tom Dalziel has beaten off tough competition to be crowned Nelson's Young Fruit Grower for 2016.
With 36 mostly lifestyler neighbours looking in and the city of Timaru only minutes away, Shawn Miller's stud sheep and barley growing operation is under constant scrutiny.
Kiwifruit growers have bid for licences to plant 400 ha of gold product.