This Code of Practice is designed for growers to understand and implement good and best management practices for nutrient management, particularly nitrogen, and to assist where resource consent is required from Regional Council.
The purpose of ‘A Growers’ Guide to Managing Greenhouse Nutrient Discharges’ is to assist growers with the practical, sustainable and legal management of discharging greenhouse nutrient solution.
The Guideline aims to provide information to growers on a range of possible control measures and options to assist in achieving sustainable land management.
Soil and Drainage Management Guide: Franklin Sustainability Project.
This Code of Practice contains a checklist, decision tree, and reference values is a self-audit to assist you in determining if your discharge of vegetable washwater meets Good Practice. Regional Requirements have been developed for Auckland and Southland (please see separate document).
HortNZ's submission to the Tasman District Council on the governance and funding arrangements for the Waimea Dam. A similar submission was also made to the Nelson City Council. For queries please contact Rachel McClung.
Access and facilities for people with disabilities to a building providing kitchen and ablution facilities at an orchard in Kawarau Gorge Road, Central Otago
This document is intended as a general guide to assist the design and construction of seasonal workersaccommodation in the context of horticultural activities.
HortNZ submission on Nelson City Council’s Draft Regional Land Transport Plan. Fruit and vegetables grown in Nelson, Tasman and Marlborough feed all New Zealanders and a resilient and efficient transport network is a vital component of achieving this.