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Operational Agreement Signed

On 21 December 2018, Tomatoes New Zealand signed a Sector Readiness Operational Agreement, solidifying the organisations' existing GIA partnership that has developed over the past several years.

Under this agreement, TomatoesNZ and Biosecurity New Zealand will jointly agree and fund readiness activities to improve their preparedness for incursions that are considered of major concern to the fresh tomato industry.

Barry O'Neil says that such an agreement is an important development in the protection of the fresh tomato industry and that their work on readiness will be focused on the rapid detection of pests and pathogens in order to optimise the chance of eradication.


Livestock farmers join the GIA biosecurity partnership
DairyNZ, Beef + Lamb New Zealand and Deer Industry New Zealand have taken steps to protect their multi-billion-dollar export industries from pests and diseases by joining the GIA biosecurity partnership. Read more

We are pleased to release our latest annual report for the 2017/18 financial year. The report summaries GIA's achievements and progress made. Read more

Process vegetable industry signs up to GIA
Horticulture New Zealand are the newest industry group to sign the GIA Deed. They join on behalf of Process Vegetables New Zealand (PVNZ). Read more

Myrtle rust appears in west Auckland
The fungal plant disease myrtle rust has been found for the first time in the Auckland region. Read more

2016 - 2017 Annual Report
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Our third and latest Annual Report is now available. Select the link to view the successes and progress that GIA have made over the past 12 months Read more

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