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WELCOME TO THE BNZ NATIONAL HORTICULTURE FIELD DAY New Zealand’s largest horticulture event.

The 2018 BNZ National Horticultural Field Day is proudly owned and event managed by the Hawke’s Bay A & P Society. Described as a true showcase of New Zealand’s horticulture industry, the event creates a genuine opportunity for industry networking, business to business interaction and education. General Manager of the Hawke’s Bay A & P Society, Sally Jackson reported “One of the best things about the field day event is that it is specifically created for the horticulture industry and there is no other event like it across the entire country”. Held at the historic and beautiful Showgrounds Hawke’s Bay Tomoana, the field day will have over 75 trade sites, the BNZ Seminar Series and the Ravensdown Innovation Environment Award will be presented over lunch. Lesley Wilson, President of the Hawke’s Bay Fruitgrowers Association stated that visitors

come from all over New Zealand to attend the event and the focus on the horticultural industry was key to its success. She added “the organisers are committed to keeping the 100% horticulture focus and growing the event in line with the industry’s demands and requirements”. Phil Teague, Senior Partner for Bank of New Zealand, Hawke’s Bay has been involved with the event for a number of years assisting the Hawke’s Bay A & P Society with guidance and growth strategies. He stated “BNZ has been a long-term sponsor of the field day and this year we made the decision to move to overall naming sponsor. For us at BNZ, a key element of the field day is the educational features of the event including the BNZ seminar series. Speakers at BNZ seminar series this year include BNZ’s Chief Economist, Tony Alexander who will present to business leaders following a breakfast function. The BNZ seminar series runs throughout the

day and is an excellent forum to engage with industry participants, hear about and embrace the use of technology and innovative practices across our expanding and hugely important horticulture industry sector”. Activity highlights held throughout the day include interactive displays of new and innovative machinery coming to market, an exciting outdoor demonstration area with the latest horticultural machinery and technology, the New Zealand Apples & Pears Education Expo - creating future industry leaders and for the first time this year there will be 4 x 4 forklift training and competition hosted by ECR. Highlighted during the event will be innovation and over a lunch, the prestigious Ravensdown Innovation and Environment Award will be awarded. The 2018 BNZ National Horticulture Field Day is on Thursday 28 June and held at the Showgrounds Hawke’s Bay Tomoana. Download a ticket from our website


BNZ SEMINAR SERIES KEY NOTE SPEAKERS 77am – 8.30am “P “Power breakfast” w with the BNZ and To Tony Alexander

Tony Alexander has been employed as Chief Economist at the Bank of New Zealand, since 1994 with responsibilities including informing senior management about economic developments and prospects, risks and opportunities, and provision of services for the bank’s staff and client base. He is an accomplished public speaker much in demand and each year delivers between 80 and 130 presentations at bank seminars, conferences, and client functions around the country and offshore. He writes and distributes material to 15,000 email recipients with extensive links from other websites. At this event you will enjoy a delicious breakfast at the beautiful Showgrounds Hawke’s Bay Tomoana catered by Orton Tailored Cuisine.

12.00pm – 2pm Horticultures Big Debate! Lunch with the experts!

Enjoy a delicious lunch at the beautiful Showgrounds Hawke’s Bay Tomoana catered by Orton Tailored Cuisine and hear industry experts debate issues including biosecurity within our horticulture industry. Sitting on the industry panel will be Lawrence Yule - MP Tukituki, spokesperson for Horticulture, Mike Chapman - CEO Hort NZ, Prof Hamish Gow - Massey University, James Palmer - CEO HBRC, Dr Jim Walker - Plant & Food Research NZ, Allan Pollard - Apples & Pears NZ, Leslie Wilson - President HB Fruitgrowers Assn.

Introducing In keynote speaker k H Hamish Gow

Hamish is the Director of Business Innovation and Strategy at Massey University and is extremely well known for delivering inspiring presentations. Prior to moving to Massey, he was a Director of the Partnerships for Food Industry and Development – a USAID funded value chain development and capacity building project. Breakfast and Lunch Tickets $25 per person Contact Pam Thompson 06 878 3123


WHAT’S ON The BNZ National Horticulture Field Day is proud to bring an esteemed line up of guest speakers and competitions to this year’s event. Guests are invited to join in throughout the day, tickets must be purchased to the breakfast and lunch events, but all other speaking sessions are complementary to attendees.

7.00am – 8.30am Power Breakfast with BNZ and Tony Alexander please refer to page 4 9.00am – 9.50am Master Class - Massey University Free Event! No registration required. Are you a senior executive in the horticulture industry? If so, Professor Hamish Gow of Massey University has developed a master class that will get executives thinking differently and giving new tools for their toolbelt.

Other keynote addresses 10.30am - 11am Mike Chapman CEO Hort NZ

At the lunch the Ravensdown Innovation and Environment Award will be presented. 1pm Hawke’s Bay Young Fruitgrower Competition – HortiSports Challenge ECR 4 X 4 Forklift Training and Competition 1.30pm – 3pm NZ Hydralada Competition – Demo Area, Main Arena 3.30pm Hawke’s Bay Fruitgrowers Association – Tug-o-war competition 4.30pm National Horticultural Field Day closes

11am - 11.30am Cr Peter Beaven HBRC 11.30am - 12.00 Lawrence Yule MP for Tuikituki Spokesperson for Horticulture 12.30pm - 2pm Horticultures Big Debate Lunch with the experts Ticketed Event $25 per person Please refer to page 4 for details



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10.00am – 10.30am Prof. Hamish Gow, Massey University Director of Business Innovation and Strategy Free Event! No registration required. Following on from the Master Class, Professor Hamish Gow will deliver a key note address on the 12 most disruptive flips affecting the industry. This keynote speech will spark great debate and discussion. Not to be missed!


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ESSENTIAL INFO • The BNZ National Horticultural Field Day is held at Showgrounds Hawke’s Bay Tomoana in Hastings. • Gates open to the public from 8.30am. All vehicle entry to the Showgrounds is via Kenilworth Road. • There is plenty of free parking available inside the site.


Entry is $10 on the gate on the day, or before the event call in to one of our exhibitors and collect a complimentary ticket, download one from our website or use the one on page 15.


We have a fantastic prize worth well over $1,000 to give away to one lucky visitor! The prize pack is kindly donated by our wonderful exhibitors so complete the Prize Draw entry on your ticket and put it in our competition boxes at the gate when you arrive. Drawn on Friday 29th June.


Being a Horticulture event there will be plenty of tasty samples around the grounds so visit all the exhibitors and see what’s available.

Coffee and other food will be available to purchase throughout the day.


The BNZ National Horticultural Field Day is New Zealand’s largest Horticulture specific trade show with businesses travelling from all over New Zealand. The Exhibition Hall will be transformed into our New Zealand Frost Fans Trade Hall and outdoor sites are located on the Main Arena in the new outdoor layout, with entertainment and demonstration areas in the centre of the trade quadrant. See page 22 for a list of Exhibitors and Suppliers.


HAWKE’S BAY FRUITGROWERS’ ASSOCIATION Hawke’s Bay Young Fruitgrower of the Year Competition

The Hawke’s Bay Fruitgrowers’ Association, with the help of the HB Fruitgrowers’ Charitable Trust will be holding the 14th annual HB Young Fruitgrower of the Year competition. ‘This competition has grown in prestige and significance since its inception’, said President of the Association Lesley Wilson, ‘It is now the industry’s showcase for up and coming young Fruitgrowers and our future leaders.’ Eight competitors will compete in a range of practical and general growing competencies during the day. They will then compete in a speech competition held at the annual dinner the next evening. The winner of the overall competition will go on to compete in the National Young Grower of the Year after the Hawke’s Bay event.

‘It is a rigorous competition,’ said Wilson. ‘Our previous winners have all gone on to proudly represent Hawke’s Bay in the National competitions.’ For a little light relief, and audience interaction, the competitors compete in the Hortisports competition in the middle of the day. The competitors are asked to complete some ‘entertaining’ tasks which always provides a few laughs. The last section of the competition happens during a gala dinner event to be held Friday 29 June at the Napier Conference Centre. Contestants will deliver a speech expressing their views and ideas on a topical subject during the evening. Competition results are announced toward the end of the evening and awards presented to the winners. Dinner reservations have been sold out again this year.


There are some great prizes for the Final Winners, Runner-up and 3rd place getters, together with prizes which are also awarded for each section of the competition. All prizes are donated by the various sponsors and judges. 1st Place $1,000 Horticentre sponsored cash prize plus a grant donated by Pickmee to be used for further training, education or professional development. The winner will also receive a study trip to Nelson which includes airfares and accommodation sponsored by Turners and Growers Ltd. plus an all expenses paid trip to Horticulture Conference sponsored by Jenkins Freshpac Systems. 2nd Place $750 Horticentre sponsored cash prize plus a study trip to Nelson sponsored by Turners and Growers Ltd. NZ Apples & Pears all expenses paid trip to Horticulture Conference 3rd Place $500 Horticentre sponsored cash prize NZ Apples & Pears all expenses paid trip to Horticulture Conference


TUG OF WAR CHALLENGE Horticulture industry teams have a change to vie for the historic Hawke’s Bay Fruitgrowers’ Association “Tug of War’ Trophy. The event, sponsored by Hurford Parker Insurance Brokers, is one of the highlights of the National Horticulture Field Days. Teams

of eight, which must include two females, give their all in this keenly fought event. There are prizes for the winning team, the runners up and also the best dressed team. The beautiful trophy was donated to the Association by the then

President, Ralph Paynter, back in 1936. To enter, contact Dianne Vesty at the HBFA Office.

The winner is chosen by the people; everyone who attends the field day gets a chance to vote. Alongside this is a silent auction where people have the opportunity to buy the artwork. A generous prize package sponsored by Gifford Devine provides $1000, $500 & $250

for 1st, 2nd and 3rd. The first prize winner also receives a ticket to the HB Young Fruitgrower of the Year dinner. For more information go to the website

HBFA OUTDOOR ART COMPETITION Now in its 12th year, the Gifford Devine sponsored HBFA Art Competition always draws notable entries. The outdoor art idea is based on beautifying the entranceways, workplaces, and gardens of Hawke’s Bay orchards and to connect urban gardens with the Heretaunga Plains fruit production; this includes its people, produce and tools or any other aspects related to the fruit growing industry. One of the criteria is that, like a fruitgrower, the art work must be able to withstand any challenge presented to it by the weather. Any artist can enter and the works will be displayed outdoors at the National Horticulture Field Day.


SECONDARY SCHOOLS EDUCATION EXPO – “PICK A CAREER IN HORTICULTURE” NATIONAL HORTICULTURE FIELDAYS 28TH JUNE 2018 Each year the Hawke’s Bay Fruit growers’ Association in conjunction with the Education Sector, New Zealand Apples and Pears and Industry supporters run a series of experiential modules designed for Students, Career Advisors, Ag/Hort and Science Teachers during the National Horticulture Field Days in Hastings. During the sessions participants will take part in a series of experiencebased modules where they will be hands on in an interesting aspect of

the Hort Industry, this may be based around Science, Technology, Health and Safety or a Customer experience demonstration. The students from many local and national High schools take part in four 15-minute modules and are split into smaller groups of 8-10 students to allow for some good interaction with module presenters who are all experienced Industry representatives. After their interactive experience students are free to explore the

field days, visit the exhibitor sites and stands, and learn from the people involved in the Billion Dollar Horticulture Industry.

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ABOUT OUR MAJOR PARTNERS Hawke’s Bay Regional Council

Hawke’s Bay Regional Council supports smart, sustainable land use, freshwater quality and certainty, and healthy biodiversity, consistent with HBRC’s vision for a region with a healthy environment, a vibrant community and a prosperous economy. Hawke’s Bay Regional Council is a long term partner of the BNZ National Horticultural Field Day and supports the sharing of research and technology for the development of the wider Hawke’s Bay region.

The Hawke’s Bay Fruitgrowers Association Charitable Trust

The Hawke’s Bay Fruitgrowers Assn Charitable Trust is proud to support the BNZ National Horticultural Field Day. As one of the founding partners, this event is a positive means to showcase the whole of the Horticulture industry at one venue. Providing a platform to highlight career opportunities, demonstrate innovation and technology whilst interacting with trade exhibitors,

and catching up with the latest information. It is a great venue for people to get together and share ideas for growing the Horticultural industry.

specific to the Horticultural industry, information transfer and industry discussion.


BNZ welcomes you, as principal sponsor to the event. BNZ has a long and proud history working alongside Horticulturists and the wider agricultural sector. Horticulture is a major contributor to Hawke’s Bay regional economy and we are proud to show our continuing support to the sector through our sponsorship of this event. Whether your interests are in horticulture or other farming interests, our business is to help you grow.

As a co-operative, Ravensdown plays an integral role in the Horticulture industry. Ravensdown has the team and technology to test a range of horticultural requirements and advise on key nutrient inputs, including nutrient budgeting. Ravensdown is committed to innovation, not just in the services we offer but among the horticulture sector. We’re proud to continue to sponsor the Innovation and Environment Award at the National Horticultural Field Day.

Massey University

New Zealand Frost Fans


Primary food production is a pillar of New Zealand’s economy and Massey University is focusing its research on finding better ways to produce foods that add value and boost exports while caring for the environment. The BNZ National Horticultural Field Day provides the perfect forum for showcasing research and commercialisation of Science

New Zealand Frost Fans has been providing innovative frost protection solutions to growers around the world, with its range of FrostBoss™ fans. From its base in Hastings, New Zealand the business specialises in frost fan design and manufacture, as well as the subsequent field placements, installation and servicing.


FIELD DAY COMPETITIONS 2018 RAVENSDOWN INNOVATION & ENVIRONMENT AWARD First prize $1,000 cash This award is highlighting technology and innovation that is integral in Horticulture today. As New Zealand’s Horticultural industry grows, advancements in technology and research are essential for the industry’s success. The Ravensdown Innovation and Environment Award is a way to celebrate the innovation and world class technology that New Zealand

businesses are using to transform and grow their industry. Previous winners of this award include Plant Detection Systems, Scionon, Tow and Blow, Rockit Apples and Hydratorq with their BioFume Ozone product. The Ravensdown Innovation and Environment Award is an integral part of the BNZ National Horticultural Field Day and the overall winner will be

announced at a special Innovation event as part of the BNZ Seminar Series.

How to Enter

All applicants must accurately complete all sections of the Entry Form, available on the Competition Website at

ECR EQUIPMENT FORKLIFT COMPETITION! $500 Prize money up for Grabs Register now to showcase your 4 x 4 Forklift driving expertise at the BNZ National Horticultural Field Day in the ECR Equipment Forklift competition. Competitors can show off their skill, understanding of safety and efficiency with practical challenges designed to test even the most experienced Forklift

drivers. Our judge oversees each competitor, with one expert forklift driver named the overall winner on the day. Nissan Forklifts are kindly provided by ECR Equipment for the day. Please note all entrants must hold a current OSH Forklift Licence.

To Enter

You can enter on the day at the ECR Equipment site which is located at the Sand Arena at the far end of the Oval.

NEW ZEALAND HYDRALADA COMPETITION The NZ Hydralada Competition is back again for the 2018 BNZ National Horticultural Field Day. An exciting competition to show off your skills - plus the great prize money up for grabs! 1st place $300 cash, 2nd $200 and $100 for 3rd Competitor’s practical skills are put to the test against the clock, with the fastest, complete round taking

the glory of being the NZ Hydralada Champion! Entrants must display their finely tuned skills, working a Hydralada over a timed course. The Competition is run using specialist machines kindly supplied by the Hydralada Company.

To Enter

If you think you have the skills and experience to win the NZ Hydralada

Competition then enter yourself on the day, first round starts from 1.30pm with competitors able to have one run through. Times will be collated with the fastest ten competitors called back from 3pm to run off for the top three placings.





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ATTENDING THE BNZ NATIONAL HORTICULTURE FIELD DAY Everyone is welcome to attend this event at the Showgrounds Hawke’s Bay Tomoana. Described as a true showcase of New Zealand’s horticulture industry, the event creates a genuine opportunity for industry networking, business to business interaction and education. Entry is $10 on the gate on the day, or alternatively before the event call in to one of our exhibitors and collect a complimentary ticket or download one from our website You can download our free ticket as often as you wish.




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HAWKE’S BAY A&P SOCIETY The BNZ National Horticulture Field Day is proudly owned and event managed by the Hawke’s Bay A & P Society. The event is long established and contributes significantly to the Societies vision of championing the primary industry across Hawke’s Bay. Events such as these articulate the story of excellence within rural New Zealand and highlights success, business innovation and growth. The Hawke’s Bay A & P Society has traditionally promoted agricultural, pastoral, horticultural, viticulture and forestry resources through its longest running event,

The Hawke’s Bay A&P Show and today the event portfolio of the organisation has grown to incorporate several significant events that pave the way for initiative and forward thinking in the rural sector, contributing to positive economic development across the region. Other events organised by the Hawke’s Bay A&P Society include the Hawke’s Bay A&P Bayley’s Wine Awards and the Hawke’s Bay Royal A&P Show, both in October, the Napier Port Hawke’s Bay Primary Sector Awards and the Silver Fern

Sally Jackson, General Manager


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Farms Hawke’s Bay Farmer of the Year. The Society is located at the historic and beautiful Showgrounds Hawke’s Bay Tomoana and the facilities on site are frequently hired out by the community. It is the home base for the national event; Landrover Horse of the Year and New Zealand’s oldest and largest Farmers Market. For more information on the Hawke’s Bay A & P Society contact the General Manager, Sally Jackson.

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After more than six years of work, the plan identifying how land and water in the Heretaunga Plains will be managed is nearing completion. The 30-plus members of the TANK Group are nearing the end of their role to deliver a draft Plan Change for the catchments known as TANK - the Tūtaekuri, Ahurir ī , Ngaruroro and Karamū waterways, and the substantial Heretaunga aquifer beneath all four. Just one meeting remains before the Group delivers and effectively ‘passes the baton’ of a draft TANK Plan to the Regional Council’s ‘Regional Planning Committee’ for its consideration, and subsequent adoption by Council. The TANK Plan is the next cab off the rank after the Tukituki Plan, which was operative in October 2015. Three things will happen after the TANK Group’s final meeting in July: 1. The 30+ members of the TANK Group will formally hand over a draft TANK Plan to the Regional Planning Committee 2. The Regional Council will arrange a two-day workshop and field trip between the TANK Group and Committee members to familiarise them with key components of the draft Plan to be accepted 3. Once the Committee has clarified any grey areas with the TANK Group, the TANK Plan will be recommended to Council for public notification as a proposed plan.

As you would expect, the representatives from tāngata whenua, industry and sectors, environmental groups, land users and staff from councils involved in the process over six years are now very familiar with what a ‘TANK Plan involves, but this currently means very little to most people – even though 85% of Hawke’s Bay people live and work on the Heretaunga Plains - in the cities and surrounds of Napier and Hastings. The TANK Plan will act as the formal rulebook all parties need to play to, to make sure the water resources of the Heretaunga aquifer and its inter-connected waterways are used sustainably, now and over time. The TANK Group’s work started back in 2012, by building a picture of the community’s values. From a discussion that has included primary production irrigation and industrial water use, being able to swim in and collect food from rivers and lakes, and developing new wetlands, the TANK Plan wraps these and other values of importance to the whole community into objectives, policies, rules, limits and good practice guidance. There is more information on the TANK Plan at, search: #TANK. Hawke’s Bay Regional Council is a foundation sponsor of National Horticultural Field Day. The Regional Council works with the community to protect and manage the region’s precious taonga of rivers, lakes, soils, air, coast and biodiversity for health, wellbeing and connectivity.

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EXHIBITORS AND SUPPLIERS FROM ALL OVER NEW ZEALAND We are delighted to host a number of industry organisations and horticultural suppliers from all over New Zealand who will attend the BNZ National Horticulture Field Day to interact with industry and showcase their products and services. This year’s event will feature both indoor and outdoor exhibitors around the Showgrounds Main Arena area, creating a quadrant which will be filled with the latest software, technology, machinery and services. We have an impressive static and interactive demonstration area,

and exhibitor demonstration space where some of our exhibitors will be showcasing their latest products and machinery. As well a full to overflowing New Zealand Frost Fans Trade Hall, with a great indoor café seating area to keep the coffee intake up. This one-day event continues to exceed growth projections, as the industry embraces this event as the one stop horticultural shop. A full list of exhibitors and suppliers you’ll be able to catch up with at the BNZ National Horticulture Field Day is on PAGE 22.

PRIZE DRAW When you arrive at the BNZ National Horticulture Field Day make sure you complete the prize draw info on your ticket to go in to the draw to win fantastic prizes worth more than $1000! Full details are on your Field Day ticket.

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Pricewaterhouse Coopers Napier Primary ITO Powerfarming Plant detection Systems PFP Fertilisers Ltd Proline Products NZ Ltd Qlabs Scionon Stevenson And Taylor Sthil Shop Think Water Hawkes Bay Tractor Repairs & Spares Tuatara Structures T & G Pipfruit Tumu Unison Viking Containments Waterforce

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