Latest horticulture News

On Ground Support For Fruit Fly Management
Digital ‘skills passport’ enables Territory job seekers to reach their employment goals
Technology boost drives jobs at Albany sandalwood factory
Call out for local workers for harvest season
Individual support helps business workforce planning
Chance for farmers to brush up on safety this harvest season
$6.9 million to make case for new water infrastructure in Queensland’s north
One-off residency scheme needs to include working holiday and seasonal workers
Exciting career opportunities with Council
Avocado growers’ bid to sell fruit pays off
It’s easy being green
Pollen home delivery sweet for honey bees
Annual forum to shed light on resistance issues
New grant will help ISU researchers break new ground with perennial cover crops
$2.5 million for regional Victoria to support agricultural innovation
Researchers developing new genetic lines for organic corn production
Business Support To Drive Agriculture Industry Recovery
Growers set to benefit from Agriculture Visa
Australian Agriculture Worker Visa on track to deliver for industry
Golf Scholarships Tee Up More Careers In Victoria
U.S. soybean, corn yields could be increased through use of machine learning
Follow Harvest Trail for farm job opportunities
Sustainable Housing Providing Hope For Homelessness
Project to grow Southern Queensland’s agriculture workforce
One-way quarantine free travel dates confirmed for RSE scheme
Importance of crop hygiene and host management
Working together to grow West Coast
Dam frustration compounded by drought
Training supports recovery
Urgency required to turn First Ministers’ statements into workers on farms
Strategic pivots help citrus succeed overseas in 2020
Reinvigorated research station delivering for Carnarvon growers
Commission grants clearance for Pact to acquire Flight
Agriculture urged to engage with Government on Reef regulations
Bringing high tech horticulture to urban areas in Australia – rooftop, underground and floating farms
Tree genomics program sequences 300 macadamia varieties to improve productivity and profitability for growers 17 December
AWU moves to close loophole allowing farms to get away with paying $3/hour
Fire Services Implementation Monitor Appointed
Resilience Of Food And Fibre Sector Sees Record Exports
Primary prospects bright after tough year
Partnership to reduce food and fibre sector’s environmental footprint
Queensland leading pack on reducing industry labour shortage
Avocados set PASE for export opportunity
Stepping up PASE to support Australian grain exporters
Government must act on ACCC findings on perishable agricultural goods
ACCC report backs competition advocacy for farmers
Santa to help keep SA fruit fly free this Christmas
Tree genomics program sequences 300 macadamia varieties to improve productivity and profitability for growers