With 1300 ha, Chile’s Emiliana Vineyard is the world’s largest organic and biodynamic wine producer. Tessa Nicholson discovers that going organic on a large scale means you have to get past all the reasons not to.
This is the third Organic and Biodynamic Winegrowing Conference Tessa Nicholson has attended. And given the success, it is unlikely to be her last.
New Zealand's only organic dairy cooperative is ready for its next phase of product development and growth.
With a total of 922 hectares of biodynamic vineyards, Chile’s Emiliana Vineyards is the largest organic wine producer in the world. Now this renowned winery, one of the world’s Top 50 Admired Wine Brands, will be sharing their knowledge at the upcoming Organic and Biodynamic Wine Conference.
Mark and Catriona White dreams were realised after they decided 12 years ago to grow organic kiwifruit.
A small organic farm in South Auckland has become the first NZ recipient of DeLaval’s new robotic milking system, the VMSTM V300.
The potential for organics in New Zealand is being viewed as huge because of dairy farmer competence and excellent growing and market conditions.
Primary sectors need not create new standards for animal welfare, grass-fed, GMO and biodiversity because these are already part of existing organic standards, says Brendan Hoare.