The oldest archaeological evidence of wine made from grapes goes back to 6000 BC. But will that be the case in the future?
One thing is certain according to Dr Dave Jordan [Vine to Wine] — the vineyards of the future will not replicate the vineyards of today.
British company BuyAnyPart has launched a service manufacturing rare or obsolete parts using 3-D printing technology.
Frontloader specialist Quicke's Q-companion is designed to allow operators to record weights of materials loaded, so it proves useful for mixing rations or loading trucks with produce for hauling away from a farm.
Farm to fork agritech start-ups nationally and internationally are being encouraged to come forward for the next cohort of the Sprout Accelerator.
Tractor and harvester manufacturers are cagey about allowing access to their GPS and other software systems — but one farmer may have fixed this issue.
Kiwi scientists are using a chemical fingerprinting technique to definitively and scientifically prove if a wine is really what it says on the bottle.
Exciting new technology is now available to lure consumers to buy products, and a university high-tech researcher says New Zealand should take advantage of this.