The Hound notes that one of the country’s poorest financially performing state-owned enterprises – the Government farming entity Landcorp (or…
New Zealand agriculture stands to lose $295-728 million annually if the local honeybee population continues to decline.
There's a dawning realisation that unused blocks of manuka covered land could be an untapped source of sustainable income.
This week marked the first day of work for 11 Work and Income clients, who will be developing Northland College's mānuka plantation site.
Hill country landowners are being prompted to act now to get their hands on high performance manuka seedlings.
An industry survey shows that register beehives in New Zealand have doubled in the last 10 years, Agcarm president Mark Christie says.
MANAGED BEE hives and honey production in New Zealand is increasing and there is little or no evidence that pesticides are affecting bee health, according to a parliamentary committee report.