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08-01-2018

Search on affordable ecolabel for Aussie flower industry

Grower, trader, exporter and retailer input is requested as a member of the Australian Flower Industry to ensure the development of a suitable ecolabel.

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03-01-2018

New Year’s greetings from GrowerNEWS

The team at GrowerNEWS would like to wish our readers, news sources and colleagues a happy and prosperous 2018.

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28-12-2017

Aussie consumers embrace online grocery shopping

A recent IBISWorld report has highlighted strong growth in recent years for Australia’s online grocery sector, with the impending launch of AmazonFresh prompting major supermarket chains to expand their e-commerce channels.

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21-12-2017

Plant & Food Research’s new CEO announced

Plant & Food Research has announced the appointment of David Hughes as its new Chief Executive Officer.

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20-12-2017

PMA A-NZ launches its 2018-2020 strategic plan

An increasingly demanding marketplace demands an increasingly responsive PMA A-NZ.

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18-12-2017

Preventing agricultural mobile plant roll-over fatalities

In December 2017, a worker on a Tamborine Mountain avocado farm was killed when a single seat ride-on mower being driven by another worker rolled over on a steep slope and crushed her.

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18-12-2017

Stingless bees latest weapon to protect Aussie crops

Researchers are boosting their understanding of native stingless bees as pollinators in a $10M effort to help safeguard Australia’s fruit, nut, vegetable and cut flower supply into the future.

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15-12-2017

Could blockchain revolutionise the ag supply chain?

There is a lot of excitement and talk about ‘blockchain’ but yet little is known about what it actually is, and how this digitised technology could be implemented in the agrisector.

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15-12-2017

Country freedom status

MPI provides a searchable database to help exporters determine whether certain plant pest or disease organisms are present in New Zealand.

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14-12-2017

Celebrating the rose in SA

The Limestone Coast was the centre of the rose universe earlier this month, when the Rose Society of South Australia converged on Mount Gambier, enjoying a whirlwind tour of the region’s best gardens and the hospitality of The Barn.

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