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Soil compaction a worrying trend

A 19-year soil monitoring programme in Marlborough is showing viticultural use is leading to more compact soils, increased nutrient loss…

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Breaking through the cloud

Two PhD students from Victoria University have developed a machine that could change the face of winemaking in New Zealand.
 

Regional

Soil compaction a worrying trend

A 19-year soil monitoring programme in Marlborough is showing viticultural use is leading to more compact soils, increased nutrient loss…
 

Opinion

A standout year

The past year has been a momentous one for our sector. For me the past 12 months has been marked…
 

Profiles

37 years well spent

Mention the name Andy Frost to wine industry members in New Zealand and they will comment on what a resolute…
 

Two from two for Simon Gourley

First he was the Central Otago representative at this year’s Bayer Young Viticulturist of the Year. Then he was the…

Industry

A success story

In just two and a half years the New Zealand Winegrowers’ Women in Wine initiative has grown in stature both…

Perfect labels

A new guide by the NZ Wine Packaging Forum offers advice on creating the perfect wine label. 

Green tea instead of Sulphur

A Marlborough winery is attempting to replace sulphur dioxide (SO2) from their organic Sauvignon Blanc with green tea.

Machinery & Products

Mechanisation new for the US

The impetus behind developing the Klima stripper back in 2007 was a continual lack of labour during the pruning season.
 

Collaboration increases capability

Initially designed to assist fertiliser spreading trucks operating on steep New Zealand hill country, TracMap’s GPS guidance and job management…

Tractor for tight spaces

Italian specialist tractor manufacturer SAME, part of the SDF Group, used the recent EIMA 18 Expo in Bologna, to roll…

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