Arable experts are warning Waikato farmers to look out for velvetleaf in paddocks.
Technology and the environment are working hand in hand at Ludlow Farms in Central Hawke's Bay.
Kiwifruit is under threat from climate change because of warmer winter temperatures.
Vege growers are finding conditions trying this spring, but don't brace for higher prices just yet.
The MPI has removed the movement restrictions around feijoa plants in Taranaki.
Chris Dillon doesn't treat his soil like dirt
Waikato farmers will be protesting at what they believe are unfair policies being promoted by politicians at the upcoming general election.
The McCrearys take their farm environment seriously.
Zespri might find it an uphill battle to protect its plant rights in China.
New Zealand avocado chief executive Jen Scoular asked the board for advice on entering the China market.
Zespri still has some way to go before fulfilling its long term strategy of being the world's leading kiwifruit supplier for 12 months of the year.
Forestry will help farmers reduce their nutrient leaching and mitigate carbon emissions.
Zespri shareholders will vote on proposed changes to the company's constitution in relation to how shares are held in March next year.
The Thornbury Vintage Tractor and Implement Club will host the national ploughing competition next year.
Zespri sold $446 million of kiwifruit into the China market last season.
T&G Global will increase its blueberry growing and marketing activity through a new licence agreement.
A fourth-generation orchardist still picking the fruit from trees planted by his great-grandfather 100 years ago.
After kiwifruit canopies failed in high winds, a grower was granted damages by the High Court.
The New Zealand wine industry has enjoyed two decades of growth and the latest annual results continue the trend.
Doing business in China today requires a unified approach down the value chain.
Grower who allegedly distributed gold kiwifruit varieties to Chinese growers has licence cancelled and has to cut vines off.
Ravendown's chairman is among farming leaders pledging to make rivers swimmable.
Workers from Vanuatu who need a medical exam will not have to travel so far now.
A Mid Canterbury farm fetches a record value for cropping land.
Young irrigating specialist William Bragg is already excelling in his field.
Erin Atkinson is the first woman to win the Young Grower of the Year title in its 11-year history.
Te Mana puts the good fat back into lamb through a combination of genetics, breeding, traceability and support for farmers.
Scarcity of big properties with irrigation potential in Central Otago expected to prompt interest in the land.