OPINION: The Hound notes that the foreign-owned and controlled NZ forestry industry is starting to feel the pressure of the…
A landmark report reveals that without crop protection products, New Zealand’s economy would lose $7.5 to $11.4 billion.
OPINION: A culture of trepidation about consuming foods which have been exposed to pesticides is misleading and has sparked much confusion of late.
Glyphosate, the world’s most widely used weed killer, has extensive economic and environmental benefits for farmers, especially New Zealand’s grains industry.
The ‘wild west’ of the primary sector is what the Minister of Agriculture Damien O'Connor calls the bee industry.
New Zealand's animal health industry is moving ahead quickly, but risks being left behind because it can’t embrace new scientific discoveries says Agcarm president Pauline Calvert.
Growing regulatory and political pressure for more sustainable agriculture in Europe is causing concern for local farmers.
The New Zealand diet is safe and contaminants are very low, with most naturally occurring, says Agcarm in a new report.
Over the next decade, the global middle class will grow from two billion to nearly five billion — an explosive rise considering the entire world population was only five billion in 1990.
Farmers and growers contribute to the quest of eradicating global hunger by providing nutritious food. Their approach to managing pests helps maximise production with finite resources.