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Eradication of the great white butterfly – a threat to brassicas including forage crops and commercial vegetables – is a world-first achievement, says Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy.
Applications for funding from the Primary Industries Earthquake Relief Fund are now open, Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy has announced.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy is welcoming a new report showing a 40% growth in horticulture export earnings since 2014.
Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce and Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy have announced a $520,000 boost for Southland’s primary sector.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy says the devastation in the South Island from the Kaikoura earthquakes was worse than he initially thought.
The newly launched Biosecurity 2025 Direction Statement will shape the long-term future of biosecurity in New Zealand, says Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy.
A support package for the primary sector around the upper South Island has been announced today by Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy.
The Government expects to announce a support package for farmers affected by the earthquake with the “next few days”, says the Minister for Primary Industries, Nathan Guy.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy is today meeting with farmers in Kaikoura and North Canterbury to see and hear at first hand the issues they are facing as a result on the massive earthquake.
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