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In this information-packed podcast from AUSVEG's InfoVeg Radio, first aired in September 2017, researchers and growers talk about value-adding innovations in horticulture including new product and packaging solutions, post-harvest technology and management, branding and marketing solutions.
Local and international experts will helm Future Orchards’ spring workshops on evaluating pome-fruit rootstocks, scheduled for southern and northern growing regions in November.
The National Vegetable Extension Network, aka VegNET, works to convey key research-based information to vegie growers across Australia's major vegetable-growing regions.
Nuffield Australia's annual farming scholarships recognise young farmers helping to advance their chosen agricultural sectors, opening doors to a global community of likeminded scholars and experts in the field.
The dirtgirlworld-led Compost ROcks! toolkit and year-long social media campaign aims to encourage local councils and householders to “find multiple uses for compost”.
Horticulture Innovation Australia has launched its largest leadership and recruitment drive ever in a bid to encourage young movers and shakers to join – and make their marks in – the nation’s most innovative agricultural sector.
“Agriculture in Australia is booming, and the best way of becoming involved is by studying the new Bachelor of Agriculture at University of Melbourne,” says fomer Veterinary and Ag Science Faculty Dean Professor Ken Hinchcliff. Here's why.
All women on the land are winners – but these gals are standouts, according to the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation, who recently announced the 2015 recipients of its annual Rural Woman of the Year Awards.
It’s on for winemakers, cellar-door managers, viticulturalists and wine promoters across the state as nominations open for the NSW wine industry’s prestigious GG award. Cheers!