Biosecurity

Tomatoes New Zealand plays a role in helping to keep new pests entering and establishing in New Zealand. 

Poinsettia Thrips

Biosecurity Notice

Have you seen Poinsettia Thrips in your greenhouse?

If you detect, or suspect that you have seen Poinsettia thrips, please immediately contact MPI on...

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Biosecurity Survey

We have recently sent out a biosecurity survey by email to all Fresh Tomato growers. If you haven't received it it may be because we...

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What is Farm Biosecurity?

Farm biosecurity for indoor tomato growers

What is Farm Biosecurity?

It has been estimated that plant pests are responsible for up to 15% loss in potential farm...

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Exotic pests - fact sheets

Download printable “fact sheets” covering our most unwanted exotic tomato pests below:

Chilli thrips, Tomato torrado virus (ToTV), Tomato leafminer, Pepino mosaic virus (PepMV), Vegetable leaf...

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Brown Marmorated Stink Bug

The BMSB risk season (summer) is well and truly underway, with MPI reporting as many detections at the border already this season as for the...

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GIA - Industry's Role

*Government Industry Agreements – What is industry’s role?*



Tomatoes New Zealand (TNZ Inc.) and Vegetables New Zealand Inc. (VNZ Inc.) have now both signed the GIA...

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New Levy Proposed

At the 2017 AGM on July 12th, TomatoesNZ will be asking fresh tomato growers to support TomatoesNZ’ s commitment to sign up to Operational Agreements...

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