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Our purpose ...

New Zealand Plant Producers Incorporated (NZPPI) is the peak industry body for plant producers and our industry partners. It's an opportunity for plant producers and their community to collaborate in shaping and growing an industry body with an influential voice that delivers value to our businesses.

It grew from work to identify a model for a producer-led industry body to advance an agenda for a broader and more inclusive community of plant producers and their industry partners.

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COVID-19 Update - 12 August 2020-

COVID-19 Update - 12 August 2020
Covid-19 alert levels have increased following new community spread in Auckland ... more

One Billion Trees-

One Billion Trees
After a year of planning the One Billion Trees programme is beginning to take shape. Read the NZPPI update here. ... more

Conference 2020 cancelled-

Conference 2020 cancelled
It will come as no surprise to many of you that we have been forced to cancel the Plant Producers Conference scheduled for late May 2020. ... more

Young Achiever Award 2020 - enter now-

Young Achiever Award 2020 - enter now
Are you the nursery industry's next Young Achiever? Represent the nursery industry in the 2020 Young Horticulturist of the Year competition and get your career growing! Enter now. ... more

GIA consultation process-

GIA consultation process
NZPPI is starting a consultation process with plant producers about the future of biosecurity in our sector. ... more

Biosecurity Myrtle Rust webpage

Click here to connect to the new Biosecurity Myrtle Rust webpage with the latest information and updated protocols. Register your nursery on the NZPPI Biosecurity Register

Please note, this is a work in progress and the titles at the foot of the page are not yet linked.

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NZPPI Science Strategy
Read the Science and Technology document, developed over the year since conference 2017, and launched at Conference 2018 ... more

Kauri Dieback Management Plan-

Kauri Dieback Management Plan
NZPPI has made a submission on MPI's proposal to develop a management plan for Kauri dieback. ... more

Biosecurity update - quarterley newsletter-

Biosecurity update - quarterley newsletter
Updates on Brown Marmorated Stink Bug, Myrtle Rust, Kauri Dieback and Impatiens Downy Mildew. ... more

Prunus Import Health Standard Review
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Prunus Import Health Standard Review Update
MPI are reviewing the biosecurity risks associated with imported Prunus nursery stock. NZPPI has been involved in this work from the start and recently attended the pre-consultation meeting. ... more

Submission on the Review of Vocational Education-

Submission on the Review of Vocational Education
NZPPI's submission on the government's proposal to change the structure of industry training highlights the urgent need for change in industry training. ... more

NZPPI Strategic Direction 2017-2020-

NZPPI Strategic Direction 2017-2020
A key Board focus in 2017 has been NZPPI's Strategy - setting the new direction for NZPPI and leading change needed to implement this and make the new model work ... more

NZPPI Budget Analysis-

NZPPI Budget Analysis
With the media coverage on the Budget 2019 in full flight, CE Matt Dolan takes a look at some of the announcements and initiatives that are of interest to plant producers. ... more

UNWANTED - BMSB-

UNWANTED - BMSB
Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (BMSB) is a major threat to the New Zealand economy and the public. It's high on horticulture's most unwanted list ... more

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NZPPI Member Cyber Security Checklist
NZPPI's checklist to assist members refine their cyber-security readiness now available ... more

PVR Law Reform-

PVR Law Reform
NZPPI has made a submission on the Plant Variety Rights Act 1987 review by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. ... more