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Riversun’s grafted potted kiwifruit vines have been grown to the latest KVH standards, with a meticulous testing and visual monitoring regime. Potted vines are hardened off outside for 2 weeks before delivery, so you can plant them in the orchard straight away.

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We have available grafted Bruno plants for winter 2019 delivery.

Unfortunately we are still fully allocated for Bounty 71, but please contact Rochelle Brown on 0800 11 37 47 to register your interest for future plantings.
 

PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • Plants are approximately 1m high and grafted at least 20 cm from the soil
  • Minimum 1 shoot
  • 1.2m stake


PRICING & PAYMENT TERMS

See below for the relevant deposits per vine, required seven days from the date on your invoice plus the full GST.
The balance is payable 7 days after delivery.

DELIVERY YEAR PRICE / Vine DEPOSIT / Vine
Summer
2018 /19
$23.00  $10.00 
Winter
2019
$24.00  $6.00 deposit now 
and another 
$6.00 deposit 20th September 2018
Summer
2019/20
$24.00

$6.00 deposit now
and another
$6.00 deposit 20th March 2019

Winter
2020
$25.00

$6.50 deposit now
and another
$6.50 deposit 20th September 2019

The price increases for each specified delivery year are due to increasing wage, production and material costs, which unfortunately Riversun are unable to continue to absorb.


DELIVERY

Gisborne is currently a 'recovery region' for Psa–V, meaning we can ship to growers within our region or other 'recovery regions' in the North Island only. We are unable to ship to 'exclusion or containment regions'. More information on regional classifications, including maps, is available on the KVH website.

We deliver grafted kiwifruit vines in Summer (December-January) and Winter (June-August): 

  • Vines delivered and planted in summer are ready to grow once planted, but need irrigation available straight away and will need constant maintenance to keep up with training. As conditions are warmer they are less prone to Psa-V.
  • Vines delivered and planted in winter are dormant - so are easier to handle, less prone to damage and easier to store if there are delays in planting.

All plants are transported in covered trucks in accordance with the KVH Protocol for Nursery Stock. All deliveries of kiwifruit plants are one way only including the pallets and/or cartons.


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