Kiwifruit Vine Health Inc welcomes the Psa-pathway tracing report released today by the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, KVH chairman Peter McBride said.
KVH has received a Psa-V result on a kiwifruit orchard in the Rotorua area. The Whakatane Priority Zone has been extended to include the Rotorua area.
Country99TV's Tower Sector Report. David Beatson interviews John Burke about Psa.
Psa interview starts approximately 9 minutes into programme.
KVH's acting general manager, Terry Richards, discusses the recent discovery of Psa-V in an orchard in Katikati.
KVH's acting general manager, Terry Richards, discusses the recent discovery of Psa-V in an orchard in Waihi and KVH's response to this development.
On Radio New Zealand's Midday Rural News, (5:11) Ian Greaves (Relationship Manager, KVH) talks about the emotional impact the Psa vine disease outbreak is having and the stress management workshops that are being held.
John Burke talks to Radio New Zealand - Kiwifruit growers have been given the go-ahead to use an antibiotic to bring the vine-killing disease PSA under control in Bay of Plenty.
Simon Limmer, ZESPRI, talks to Morning Rural News - Kiwifruit growers have been given the go-ahead to use an antibiotic to bring the vine-killing disease PSA under control in Bay of Plenty.
PSA has now spread beyond the Priority Zone to 19 more properties in Te Puke and an orchard in the previously-unaffected Tauranga region. The Priority Zones and High Risk Areas have been extended. See the National Evening News broadcast, 12 August 2011 on TV3.
On Radio New Zealand's Rural Report, Ian Greaves (KVH Case Manager) talks about the KVH/ZESPRI Psa information stand in Te Puke, Saturday 26 June and Saturday 2 July 2011. Midday Rural News for 27 June 2011.
On Radio New Zealand's Nine to Noon programme, Kathryn Ryan speaks to John Burke (KVH general manager), David Yard (MAF biosecurity response manager) and Peter Ombler (NZ Kiwifruit Growers Inc president) The kiwifruit industry battle against PSA
Kiwifruit Vine Health
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314 Maunganui Road, Mount Maunganui
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PO Box 4246, Mount Maunganui, 3149
Tel: 0800 665 825
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