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Celebrating our success!

We're celebrating the success of New Zealand's Primary Industries and its supporters. 

AgriTechNZ News: Collaborative growth ahead in 2024

The year has begun at pace with multiple industry events in the first quarter of 2024 and plenty of opportunity to share aspirations between Members.

AgriTechNZ News: Embracing our power

As we bid farewell to another remarkable year in agritech, we reflect on our progress and achievements.

AbacusBio: Taking plant and animal genetics expertise around the world

New Zealand company AbacusBio are experts in plant and animal genetics with a focus on breeding programme design and improvement.

AgriTechNZ News: Activity Revs Up

Without doubt, travel opens doors to new perspectives. During the last month, two cohorts of our agritech community have built connections

Robotics Plus launches Prospr: multi-use autonomous vehicle for sustainable orchard and vineyard production

New Zealand-based agritech company Robotics Plus has launched Prospr, an autonomous, multi-use, hybrid vehicle.

ANNOUNCEMENT: Mission to collaborate on emissions reduction

Over 20 representatives of New Zealand based agritech organisations are meeting with Irish and British organisations this month

AgriTechNZ News: Creating Connections

As this newsletter hits your inboxes a cohort of 23 delegates, myself included, are on our way to Ireland and the UK to represent our organisations

AgriTechNZ News: Building momentum

Right now, the Agritech industry is building momentum with many New Zealand businesses considering new markets, product offerings and collaborations.

ANNOUNCEMENT: Agritech recognises two industry champions in a night of celebration

AgriSea CEO Clare Bradley and Wharf42 CEO Peter Wren-Hilton recognised at agritech industry celebrations.

HortPlus: The future of onion production

When is an onion crop not just a regular one? When its growth is supported by 'MetWatch' a weather and disease technology from New Zealand