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Tasmania's fruit growers ramping up pre-Christmas production

Tasmania's fruit growers are looking to new markets and technologies to maximise profits, but they are still at the mercy of the weather. At Westerway in the state's south, Richard Clark said with demand for cherries and raspberries peaking in the ... ABC Online, 4 days ago

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GFVGA Hires New Intern for Spring 2015

GFVGA Brings on New Intern for 2015 The Georgia Fruit & Vegetable Growers Association recently welcomed Camille Odom, Watkinsville, Ga., to the team as the 2015 Spring Intern. Odom will get an exciting first experience as GFVGA intern at the SE ...
 Noodls2 weeks ago
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NZ fruit growers embrace ozone tech for healthy orchards

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 Fresh Fruit Portal.com2 weeks ago N.S. orchard transferring and transition  Fruit and Vegetable Magazine3 weeks ago Northern growers sweet spot  Weekly Times Now4 weeks ago

Management Solutions for Fruit Pest in Ontario

The Ontario Berry Growers Association (OBGA) is working with industry representatives to respond to spotted wing drosophila (SWD); an invasive insect which threatens the fresh market quality of berry crops. Up to $28,867 will be accessed through the ...
 Farms.com1 month ago

Table Grape Association CEO hopes for speedy resolution to maintain Vietnam market access

Vietnam has stopped issuing import permits for about $40 million worth of Australian fruit from January. With table grapes accounting for 82 per cent of horticultural exports to Vietnam, local growers are desperately hoping to maintain access to ...
 ABC Online2 days ago Vietnam to suspend Australian fruit imports over fruit fly concerns  Thanhnien20 hours ago Vietnam ban fears for fruit exports  Good Fruit & Vegetables Magazine1 month ago

Growers confident recession-hit Japanese won't give up bananas

The recession in Japan actually bodes well for the industry, according to the major exporters, because the fruit is considered an affordable luxury by Japanese consumers when finances are tight. Weve seen in time of (previous) recessions, there has ...
 Business World3 weeks ago Philippines: Japan recession not to affect banana industry  Fresh Plaza3 weeks ago

Lithuanian vegetable growers call the government to intensify search for new markets

Director of Lithuanian Vegetable Producers' Association Zofija Cironkiene says the government should show greater initiative searching for new markets for Lithuanian fruit and vegetable growers, reports LETA/ELTA. Only nine Lithuanian producers ...
 The Baltic Course6 days ago Government signs governance arrangements for new Horticulture body  ABC Online3 weeks ago

Strom hits Motueka fruit growers hard (Newstalk ZB)

Motueka fruit growers are struggling to recover from the worst hail storm to hit the area in human memory. The freak storm hit around 40 apple and kiwifruit orchards in Motueka, Riwaka and lower Moutere last week. While some growers lost about ...
 Yahoo!Xtra1 month ago Fruit trees and vines wiped out by freak hail storm in Sunraysia  Weather Zone3 weeks ago

18,000 Tonnes Of Cherries Are Expected To Be Picked This Season, The Biggest Crop In Australian History

Australian cherry growers are expected to pick 18,000 tonnes of fruit this season the biggest crop ever. The apple, pear and stone fruit industries have had to overcome extreme weather patterns, water shortages, difficult trading conditions and ...
 Business Insider Australia3 weeks ago Cherry season crop set to be among biggest in Australian history  ABC Online3 weeks ago

PGA backs China FTA tariff cuts but unhappy wheat and oilseeds growers miss out

The Pastoralists and Graziers Association (PGA) says the Federal Government needs to continue to improve agricultural trade with China. Under the freshly brokered free trade agreement (FTA) between the countries, tariffs are set to be removed ...
 ABC Online4 weeks ago
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