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Overview

Standing Up and Standing Out: Momentum 2020 is about taking charge of the current and future challenges that are ahead of us as an industry, making sure we are being proactive. Challenges such as sustainability and how we can work together to be a sustainable industry, being aware of what is happening around us and taking care of our environment, our people and our communities – STANDING UP!

As we look to the future we need to continually focus on innovation – STANDING OUT, staying ahead of our competition with a brand that continues to be world leading and delivering premium quality to our loyal customers.

Wednesday 1st April 2020, Wellington

More details to be provided in due course.

The Pukekohe Young Vegetable Grower of the Year Competition is one of six regional heats, testing horticultural skills and knowledge.

The winners of the regional competitions continue on to compete in the New Zealand Young Fruit Grower of the Year, and then contest for the Young Grower of the Year title and for their share of $12,000 worth of prizes.

The Central Otago Young Fruit Fruit Grower of the Year Competition is one of six regional heats, testing horticultural skills and knowledge.

The winners of the regional competitions continue on to compete in the New Zealand Young Fruit Grower of the Year, and then contest for the Young Grower of the Year title and for their share of $12,000 worth of prizes.

The BNZ National Horticultural Field Days is an industry-only, two-day business to business event, it is proudly New Zealand’s only-focused horticultural event.

Creating a fantastic opportunity for professional development, showcasing Innovation & Technology and getting face to face with horticulture stakeholders.This event is key for the entire horticulture industry from students, on the ground workers, entry level personnel, through to mid and senior managers and CEO’s.

The BNZ National Horticultural Field Days brings the horticulture community together for a business opportunity, whilst celebrating horticulture in New Zealand.

The Expo is an opportunity for students and their career’s advisors, teachers and parents to take a quick glimpse at some of the opportunities offered by choosing a career in horticulture. The programme is designed to inspire and cultivate thinking that a career in Horticulture is beyond fruit picking and traditional views.

Attendance is free to all students.

For more information visit the below website.

 

For dinner tickets, corporate tables or sponsorship information please contact Dianne Vesty, Executive Officer.

 

After an amazing inaugural event in 2019, at which over 300 representatives from across the primary industries gathered to hear a stellar line up of speakers. The Primary Industries New Zealand Summit and Awards returns in 2020.

At this crucial time for the sector, the Summit brings farmers and producers from across the broad range of NZ’s primary industries together to hear local and global experts, while the Awards provides a unique opportunity to reward excellence and celebrate success throughout the primary industries value chain.

The Summit brings farmers and producers from across the broad range of NZ’s primary industries together with policy makers, regulators and other key sector stakeholders from the primary industries value chain, from Iwi through to research and science communities, technologists and agribusiness marketers

This unique event provides a forum to hear a selection of world class, global and local experts delivering insights that will support and enable the sector to plan and prepare for its transition and adaptation to a sustainable future.

The Nelson Young Fruit Grower of the Year Competition is one of six regional heats, testing horticultural skills and knowledge.

The winners of the regional competitions continue on to compete in the New Zealand Young Fruit Grower of the Year, and then contest for the Young Grower of the Year title and for their share of $12,000 worth of prizes.