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SHARING PLANT PRODUCTION KNOWLEDGE

Learn about seed propagation

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SHARING PLANT PRODUCTION KNOWLEDGE

In all parts of New Zealand.

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SHARING PLANT PRODUCTION KNOWLEDGE

Learn about different crops.

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SHARING PLANT PRODUCTION KNOWLEDGE

Learn about cutting propagation

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SHARING PLANT PRODUCTION KNOWLEDGE

Visit other nurseries

Welcome to IPPS New Zealand


Founded as a chapter of IPPS International in 1971 and becoming a region in its own right in 1984, the IPPS New Zealand Region has over 200 members all around New Zealand. Membership consists of those working in many aspects of the nursery industry, researchers, academics, consultants and students all sharing plant production knowledge freely.

An annual conference is held each year in April or May in a different location around New Zealand with papers presented, field trips to local nurseries and attractions plus events for networking and socialising. This is an event on the IPPS calendar not to be missed! 

 

There are also two to three field trips held in different locations each year and some of these have visited overseas destinations in the past. IPPS New Zealand also holds an annual exchange with the Western Region of North America each year and has scholarships available.

Have a look through our website and feel free to contact us with any questions or comments. You can also join the IPPS New Zealand region online.

Latest News

16 August 2017

IPPS Waikato Field Trip

Registrations are now open for the IPPS Waikato Field Trip being held on Friday 27th and Saturday 28th October. A registration form can be downloaded ...

15 August 2017

Applications now open for 2018 Four Pack

The IPPS New Zealand region is on the lookout for four pack members to assist with the running of next year’s IPPS conference ‘Mind Blowing’ bei...

17 June 2017

IPPS Pukekohe Conference 2017

Described as the best Plan B confence ever held. That was the Pukekohe conference summed up to its best. The reason? At MPI’s request, the field tri...