Chinese company plans to farm a further 3086 hectares

Chinese company plans to farm a further 3086 hectares

Investment may see grain, cotton and fruit grown in the Kimberely

Agronomy

31 JULY 2017
Quarantine dog sniffs out summer fruit salad in luggage

Quarantine dog sniffs out summer fruit salad in luggage

WITH the summer holiday season leading to an increasing number of people travelling into Western Australia,...

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20 JANUARY 2016
New national fruit fly council

New national fruit fly council

A NEW council focused on controlling the nation-wide management of fruit flies has been established by...

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21 OCTOBER 2015
Last chance to have a say on Horticulture Code

Last chance to have a say on Horticulture Code

INTERESTED stakeholders only have until September 18 to put forward their views on how the mandatory...

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16 SEPTEMBER 2015
Veg industry could reap rewards of product innovation

Veg industry could reap rewards of product innovation

FOOD companies worldwide are delivering products which are changing the way consumers are thinking about...

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14 SEPTEMBER 2015
Weather devastates crops

Weather devastates crops

CHIEF secretary Manasupe Zurenuoc has promised national government assistance to Papua New Guinean provinces...

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21 AUGUST 2015
Securing fruit and vegetable supply for all West Aussies

Securing fruit and vegetable supply for all West Aussies

A LONG-term home for Perth's central fruit and vegetable market will be secured for generations to come...

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29 JULY 2015
Research finds multi-million dollar opportunities for veg industry

Research finds multi-million dollar opportunities for veg industry

MARKET research has identified multi-million dollar opportunities for the Australian vegetable industry,...

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13 JULY 2015
$71M Australian cannery proposal moves to financing stage

$71M Australian cannery proposal moves to financing stage

PLANS to establish a new world-class fruit and vegetable cannery operation just west of Brisbane, Queensland...

Machinery General

13 FEBRUARY 2015
AUSVEG calls for policing of Country of Origin Labelling

AUSVEG calls for policing of Country of Origin Labelling

AUSVEG has backed the Victorian Farmers Federation criticisms over the failure of authorities to implement...

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13 OCTOBER 2014
NSW growers to stave off fruit bat threat

NSW growers to stave off fruit bat threat

THE NEW South Wales government has extended its flying fox, or fruit bat, netting program to all NSW...

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25 AUGUST 2014
OPINION: Let's play 'spot the farmer' at the farmer's market

OPINION: Let's play 'spot the farmer' at the farmer's market

  To save the people involved any embarrassment, the only thing I'll say is this market was in one...

On-farm

21 AUGUST 2014