Posted November 16, 2018 01:01:11 A Citroën brand vineyard in New Zealand has been set up to help ease the pain of citrus allergies.
The company is working with the local authority to bring the first of its two citrus farms to fruition.
The new plant will provide farmers with fresh, healthy fruit, as well as a way to control the disease and prevent further deterioration of the plants environment.
The company says the farm will be situated on a privately owned, public land and will allow for the installation of greenhouse systems, which are expected to be installed within the next 12 months.
The farm will also allow farmers to use other products in the production process, such as fruit trees.
The land is currently owned by a member of the New Zealand Citrus Growers Association.
“The land has been cleared and the crop will be harvested, the citrus tree will be picked, the fruit will be dried, then the tree will then be transported to the site where the greenhouse is installed,” explained John Kelly, managing director of the Citroen Vineyard.
Mr Kelly says that, by introducing new products and cutting costs, the company is aiming to make its own products more accessible and affordable for Kiwis.””
The first harvest is expected to occur this year, but there will be more to come, so we will be very careful.”
Mr Kelly says that, by introducing new products and cutting costs, the company is aiming to make its own products more accessible and affordable for Kiwis.
“We are doing this because we want to be able to make better use of the money we make here in New York and also the money that is going into our business here in Australia,” he said.
“It will be a very healthy, healthy farm, and that’s what we want.”
So there’s a lot to be excited about, we’ve got an amazing farm here in Christchurch, and I’m sure that everybody here will enjoy the fruits of that farm.