In this month’s newsletter we update on actions from a recent executive meeting; COVID-19 support; overview the promotions campaign last season; asparagus on Rural Delivery programme on 18 April; fair trading act submission survey; RSE review; labour-saving device research request. To download the newsletter click HERE.
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This newsletter includes a summary on the 2019 season, information on asparagus promotions done by 5+A Day, and upcoming meeting information. Read it here.
A roundup of the season, feedback from grower visits and updates on asparagus in the media are all including in our December newsletter.
Read about how the season is going around the country, along with an update on promotion, asparagus in the media, farm environment plans and climate change legislation in the November NZAC newsletter.
This newsletter includes an overview of the season so far in each region, updates on the robotic harvester project and promotional campaign, and information on Primary ITO’s new horticulture scholarships, plus more.
During the 2019 NZAC AGM, following a presentation by Professor Mike Duke and Dr Shen Hin Lin from the University of Waikato, growers endorsed support of a robotic asparagus harvester proof of concept project being progressed further. Read more about this project on Rural News by clicking HERE.
Check out some fact facts about New Zealand grown asparagus.
An update on the start of the asparagus season, along with an overview on asparagus promotions planned for the season and other news is included in the September NZAC newsletter.
An update from NZAC’s recent AGM and dinner is provided in our August newsletter, along with updates on promotional plans for this season and other information. Download the August newsletter here.
The 2019 NZAC AGM will be held in Hamilton on 31st July 2019 at The Bank Bar & Brasserie, 117 Victoria Street, Hamilton starting at 4.15pm sharp. This year we are pleased to have presentations on: Automated Asparagus Harvester Proof of Concept Project – Professor Mike Duke & Dr Shen Hin Lim, University of Waikato […]