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Qld growers showcase Honey Murcotts in Thailand

A recent event launching Australian Honey Murcotts has sweetened trade with Thailand.

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Biosecurity should be top priority for new Govt – HortNZ

A biosecurity incursion can (and has) bring parts of the primary sector to a complete standstill, notes Horticulture New Zealand CEO, Mike Chapman. “Psa did this to kiwifruit not too long ago.”

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NSW fruit growers given latest info to protect crops

Deciduous fruit growers have been given the latest information to understand all aspects of protecting orchards from pests and diseases with the release of the Department of Primary Industries (DPI), 'Orchard plant protection guide for deciduous fruits in NSW'.

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Global programme seeks to contain serious threat to world’s bananas

A fungus poses major risks to the world's banana production and could cause vast commercial losses and even greater damage to the livelihoods of the 400 million people who rely on the world's most traded fruit as a staple food or source of income.

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Fruit Fly Council update

Last week HortNZ, along with fruit fly operational agreement signatories, attended the Fruit Fly Council meeting, which is now getting down to delivery of the strategy and objectives.

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Offers go out for final round of River Murray irrigation grant programme

Seventy-seven River Murray-based irrigation projects have been offered a share of $38 million in funding under the fourth and final round of the highly successful Irrigation Industry Improvement Program (3IP).

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Expanding NSW blueberry and cherry exports

NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) officers have gone global to explore export market opportunities for the state’s blueberry and cherry industries.

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