Latest horticulture News

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
AgSkilled spray training offers on-farm help for 2,4
New fair trading law needed to enhance Australia’s perishable agricultural markets
Release of ACCC perishable agricultural goods inquiry report
Simson urges workers to dob in rogue operators
Green light for Green Jobs
Who will pick your fruit and vegetables?
R&D levy investments projected to deliver $40.5 million of value over 30 years
Nine apprenticeship positions on offer
Local recovery support services extended to support bushfire families until end of 2021
Strong commodity prices and “near- perfect” season buoy Tasmanian farmers
Union blueberry investigation uncovers evidence that Chinese people smugglers are trafficking slave workers
Industry focuses on recruitment
Shameful superfood: hidden cost of Australia’s blueberry bonanza
Government should fix COVID-19 leave loophole before summer seasonal work starts
Council formally opposes mineral sands project – East Gippsland
Landscape Board Grassroots Grant – Weed Control
PASE funding grape news for hort growers
New pest management training announced for cotton industry
Labour Hire fees refunded, saving businesses hundreds of dollars
Director-General updates Council on FAO’s work and engagement in past 16 months
Workforce Support Is Cherry On Top For Farmers
New Colombo Plan scholars to benefit Indo-Pacific relations
New Directors, Chair and Deputy Chair for Hort Innovation
Goldfields-Esperance REDs growing local industry
Bringing RSE workers back right move
Maximising Aboriginal employment on Dampier Peninsula
Greens call for decent working conditions for all horticulture workers
Leading SA potato and vegetable grower Renee Pye joins AUSVEG Board