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Okanagan apples almost ready to cross globe
Fresh Plaza

No Trace Of Mexican Migrant Workers Who Vanished From B.C. A M...

KELOWNA, B.C. — A perplexing mystery in the Okanagan israising concerns of areapolice and the B.C. Fruit Growers Association. There is still no sign of four farm workers and association president Fred Steele says this is the first disappearance ... Huffington Post Canada, 3 days ago
Okanagan apples almost ready to cross globe Fresh Plaza, 1 month ago

AU: Concerns that grapes too early to market

Table grape growers say they are concerned that fruit is being sent to market too early and that some immature fruit is putting customers off. Chair of the Australian Table Growers Association, Richard Lomman, said that as fruit matured on the ...
 Fresh Plaza1 week ago Table grape growers concerned about fruit being sent to market too early  ABC Online1 week ago Chair of the Australian Table Growers Association Richard Lomman discusses fruit being sent to market too early  ABC Online1 week ago
NewsMail

Secretary of the Childers Fruit and Vegetable Growers' Association Donna Duncan in a hothouse at the Childers high school

Donna Duncan says a council decision to lease the land Isis District State High school is using informally as an agriculture block to a men's charity
 ABC Online1 month ago Childers grower slams council's land...  NewsMail3 weeks ago Growers outraged school agriculture block given to men's charity  ABC Online1 month ago Childers split on land use  Queensland Country Life3 weeks ago
DirectorsTalk

Fruit Lovers, Here's Last Chance to Savour Mangoes!

KOZHIKODE: With the mango season about to conclude, the Malabar Mango Growers Association has come up with a mango treat for the fruit lovers in the city with an array of the fruit collected directly from the cultivators across the state. The ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago Tanzanian mangoes are hot cake  DirectorsTalk1 month ago Mango farmland triples in Argentina  Fresh Fruit Portal.com2 days ago Mango growth on track  Good Fruit & Vegetables Magazine3 days ago
Good Fruit Grower

Were on the road with IFTA's Regional Tour in WA State

Good Fruit Grower has a team covering the International Fruit Tree Association's 2015 Regional Summer Tour in Washington State. Well have forthcoming reports on our web site and in our print magazine. You can catch live tweets from the tour this ...
 Good Fruit Grower2 weeks ago
Finland Times

Chilly weather delays ripening of berries

File Photo Lehtikuva. Berry harvest is expected to abundant this year. The Finnish Association of Fruit and Berry Growers said the beginning of summer promises bumper harvest than usual. According to Hannu Salo,the executive director of the ...
 Finland Times3 weeks ago
African Business Review

No need for concern, all is well with S African macadamia industry source

The Southern African Macadamia Growers Association (SAMAC) expects the industry's current growth trend to continue for at least the next five to seven years. South Africa had an estimated 19 000 ha of macadamias, with an additional 1 000 ha being ...
 Engineering News3 days ago South Africa: Association extends helping hand to ag students  Fresh Plaza2 weeks ago SIZA (SUSTAINABLE INITIATIVE OF SOUTH AFRICA) APPOINTS FULL-TIME PROGRAMME MANAGER  Agri Portal South Africa1 month ago Chinese clampdown causes chaos in SA nut industry  News246 days ago
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South African Citrus Growers Seeking Return to Spanish Market

Citrus growers in South Africa, the world's second-biggest exporter of the fruits, want to resume shipments to Spain once the risk of trading bans stemming from black spot disease eases, a farmers lobby group said. The country said in March it ...
 Agri Portal South Africa4 days ago

Applied technology to reduce fruits post-harvest losses

FRUIT growers in the country have a reason to smile after the Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) embarked on a project to enhance preservation of the fruits using nanotechnology to reduce post-harvest losses. SUA Associate Professor in ...
 Daily News TSN5 days ago

David Wallace, president of the Victorian Vegetable Growers Association, has concerns about the opening of the new Melbourne Wholesale fruit and veget

 ABC Online1 week ago
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