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MATTHEW NOLAN: Resources and red tape; the plant industry's election wishlist

Matthew Nolan
Sun, 27 Sep 2020

MATTHEW NOLAN: Resources and red tape; the plant industry's election wishlist
Matthew Nolan
Sun, 27 Sep 2020
Whether it’s the food we grow or buy, the forests that provide jobs, or a glass of wine in the garden at the end of the week, all New Zealanders benefit directly and indirectly from the plants propagated in our commercial nurseries.And many of us have given the industry little thought. We might laugh at people who think apples come from the supermarket, forgetting that orchards, vineyards, and many other businesses, depend on nurseries to provide their plants and wealth.That’s why NZ Plant Producers, the organisation representing th...

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