Psyllid Program: collaborative, grower-led research to address challenges.

By Gemma Carroll, PNZ Communications & Extension Officer The Canterbury Potato Liberibacter Initiative (CPLI) was formed in August 2021 by … Read More

Potatoes NZ Newsletter #115 February 2022

PNZ NEWSPartnership & research centre of excellence.There is cause for celebration this week (see our featured photo of the happy … Read More

Sustaining our industry in the year ahead

By Gemma Carroll, PNZ Communications and Extension Officer The New Zealand potato industry continues to provide a high quality, staple … Read More

PRESS RELEASE 24th February 2022: MOU with Lincoln University enables excellence in potato research.

POTATOES NEW ZEALAND & LINCOLN UNIVERSITY JOINT MEDIA RELEASE Embargoed Date: 24th February 2022 6pm The board of Potatoes NZ … Read More

Covid-19 Notice: 11th February 2022

Tēna koutou, The government is setting up a new close contact exemption scheme for critical services including food production, its supply … Read More

Covid-19 Notice: 24th January 2022

Tēna koutou, The PNZ team want to remind you of the resources and advice available to assist you in preparing … Read More

Potatoes New Zealand Newsletter #114 January 2022

PNZ send you all extra well wishes for the rocky start to this New Year.Read the latest news, admin, NZSPCA … Read More

Putting a price on agricultural greenhouse gas emissions

Republished with permission from author and HortNZ/NZ Grower December 2021 magazine article By Ailsa Robertson, Sustainability and Extension Manager Image: … Read More

Sustainable Vegetable Systems Update No.4: individualised mineral N tracking reports

By Henry Stenning and Andrew Barber Sustainable Vegetable Systems (SVS) – progress The Sustainable Vegetable Systems (SVS) programme continues apace, … Read More

SUMMER SPUD REPORT 2021-2022

By Gemma Carroll, PNZ Comms & Extension Officer. It has been a mixed bag of weather this Spring and Summer, … Read More

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