SPC organic tomatoes hit supermarket shelves
A new range of Goulburn Valley organic tomatoes will hit supermarket shelves this week, launched by SPC.
In the current tight times, many dairy farmers will be considering use of nitrogen fertiliser to boost pasture production and assist to fill feed gaps.
A Grahamvale orchard and coolstore business is set to save 600000litres of water and two tonnes of plastic from landfill a year as a result of new ground-breaking technology.
My Kitchen Rules contestants Mick and Jodie-Anne Barlow teamed up with Ardmona orchardist Rocky Varapodio last week to support the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal.
An additional 1.8million cans of fruit will be produced for Coles every year under a new deal with SPC, but the low cost of the cans is causing some concern among growers.
Changes to the Horticulture Code officially came into effect on Monday, despite widespread opposition from the industry.
Dry conditions and skyrocketing water prices have taken their toll on this year’s apple crop.
New orchard technology is seeking to transform data collection and help improve orchard management.
Apple and Pear Australia Limited is looking to cover all bases during the upcoming federal election campaign by promoting a national netting program as an election priority.
An upcoming orchard walk will look at achieving optimum quality more consistently using examples from some of the most advanced orchard systems worldwide.
From orchards to packing sheds, students from six Shepparton schools received an access-all-areas tour of large-scale local fruit growing and packing business JefTomson last week.
Sterile Queensland fruit flies are set to be dropped from the sky above Cobram in a bid to curb the spread of the pest.
It is hoped a two-week biosecurity blitz will help home gardeners, commercial growers and those working in the fresh produce supply chain to be able to detect exotic pests early.
The South Australian government has committed to a national fruit fly management agreement and is calling on other states to follow suit.
DNA testing will be used in the fight to save the Barmah brumbies, with supporters saying new analysis proves the horses are a unique breed.
Fonterra Australia’s milk supply crashed by more than a quarter in February compared to the same month last season as poor conditions took their toll. The figures, outlined in the company’s March Global Dairy Update, reveal milk collection...
There’s little end in sight to the pain experienced this year by the region’s dairy industry, with dry conditions continuing to worsen.
The banks of the Murray River will come alive on Saturday (May 4), with music, dancing and a barbecue to support drought affected communities. Held on the banks of the mighty Murray River at 467 Tuppal Rd, Tocumwal, the family friendly event, Blues...