Zespri has signed a deal to use T&G as its marketer in south-east Asia.
South Canterbury farmers take pride in arable farming being the cornerstone of the agriculture industry.
Farmers see more than trade benefits arising from this week's TPP signing in Auckland.
Record exports spell a bright future for the previously struggling industry.
The apple industry is going from strength to strength, to judge by export forecasts.
South Canterbury's grain and seed harvest dodges the raindrops.
A Chinese man charged with conspiracy to steal high-tech US corn seeds has pleaded guilty.
Among chemicals collected in a round-up were old containers and bottles of 245T and dialdrin, banned in the early 1960s.
Large wineries are delaying the release of a map that will help market Marlborough wine.
Timely rainfall over the past fortnight had helped turn this year's cropping harvest from a potential disaster to an "average" season in Marlborough.
It's been a whirlwind year for the de Jong family after being crowned supreme winners of the 2015 Waikato Farm Environment Awards.
Rain is not helping South Canterbury farmers to bring in their crops.
Wet December provides a tonic for Waikato maize growers who may have a bumper crop this season.
The group tasked with proposing new rules to improve Waikato's water quality have asked for more time to make their recommendations.
Blueberries in demand as thousands go to PYO farm in Pohangina Valley.
Hazelnuts are hardy crop which are frost resistant and virtually pest free.
Nga Waka vineyard operation is set to expand, with owners buying another 10 hectare vineyard.
Irrigations restrictions for users of South Canterbury's Opuha Dam could last until the end of the irrigation season.
Pavlovas might be without strawberry tops unless you got in quick at the supermarket.
Lavender grower Russell Rofe is on the verge of making a living from his lifelong passion.
Berries are popular as people pick their own fruit and vegetables ahead of Christmas.
Tasman pipfruit growers will be making the hard calls on which blocks of trees to walk away from after last week's hail.
Tasman region growers are optimistic business won't suffer.
Waikato's blueberry crop should start to hit supermarket shelves in time for Christmas.
Huge hailstones ripped through Nelson orchards, destroying Christmas berry crops - and more is in store.
Jagged giant hailstones have hammered crops in Tasman, destroying orchards for the second year in a row.
Nutty treat to get more expensive with Australian growers reporting demand is through the roof.
Hail which destroyed an export apple crop in 2014 was no match for a South Canterbury orchard's netting this year.
Asparagus will be harder to get over Christmas as a major grower and packer finishes harvesting.
Arable and livestock farmers need to work together if they are going to get through the expected drought this summer.