5th October 2021 Plant & Food / Zespri
Zespri and Plant & Food Research’s Kiwifruit Breeding Centre 50/50 joint venture opens its doors this week.
The cash included $14.5m for a new research programme to help develop New Zealand’s horticultural sector to prepare for climate change.
Zespri and Plant & Food Research will launch their 50/50 joint venture Kiwifruit Breeding Centre on 1 October 2021.
Food and agritech success stories are featured among sixteen finalists in the ninth annual KiwiNet Research Commercialisation Awards.
CEO David Hughes is looking for partners in emerging areas such as orchard automation and urban horticulture.
Plant & Food Research has launched a series of videos showcasing its abilities available for the country’s food and beverage producers.
Six hundred new native plantings have been established in the Bay of Plenty to support kiwifruit pollination and encourage bio-diversity, says Plant & Food Research.
Plant & Food Research has published a new statement of corporate intent describing its strategy, key initiatives and performance measures for 2021/22. It also forecasts activity out to 2023/24.
Plant & Food Research has made eleven new blueberry varieties available to New Zealand-based growers.
Plant and Food Research’s in-house mentoring initiative scooped the learning and development capability category at The Human Resources Institute of New Zealand national awards.
A new research facility which will unlock deeper opportunities for Nelson Tasman food producers has been opened in Riuwaka near Motueka.
Pic Picot is a step closer to selling a 100% Kiwi peanut butter following the completion of a successful crop trial.
Disruptive events can be an opportunity to achieve healthier, more sustainable dietary behaviours, says Plant & Food.
The soil scientist was among 12 other women recognised on Tuesday evening.