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Consumers to track melons’ journey from farm to fingertips
Strategic pivots help citrus succeed overseas in 2020
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
Tree genomics program sequences 300 macadamia varieties to improve productivity and profitability for growers
R&D levy investments projected to deliver $40.5 million of value over 30 years
New Directors, Chair and Deputy Chair for Hort Innovation
$50 million in plant biosecurity projects prioritised and coordinated through national collaboration
National Fruit Fly Strategy welcomed
New partnership signed between Australian agencies to strengthen plant biosecurity
New plant pest and disease surveillance tech delivered
What’s buzz about? Celebrating Australian pollinator week
Protecting our crops against number one plant threat
Hort Innovation AGM – Board member nominees announced
Members vote to update Hort Innovation’s Constitution
Aussie frozen berry producer Stuart McGruddy awarded Hort Innovation Churchill Fellowship
Plant industries unite to thwart exotic pests threat
Farmers brace for dire worker shortage; heartened by PM’s commitment to help
Cross your I’s and dot your bees for pollination
Sterile fruit flies contribute to reduction in Queensland fruit fly population
An Extraodinary General Meeting of members has been called
Greening our cities – reducing ‘urban heat island’ effect
One month to go: $22,000 grants open for young innovators and their big ideas for agriculture
Record-breaking year for Australian table grape exports
Vegetable growers encourage educators to Taste & Learn to get kids to eat more veggies
Kids become ‘food adventurers’ in new veggie program from CSIRO
Horticulture research to boost bushfire recovery
Horticulture grant on offer for young Australians
How adaptable are common urban tree species under drought conditions?
Getting hands dirty for better apples and pears
Launch of third apple and pear orchard program
Strawberry breeding program delights tastebuds
Research to support Tasmania’s vital potato industry
Forward planning is critical in preventing on-farm labour shortages
World first global review reveals health benefits of humble mushroom
Renewed funding for plant biosecurity research
Bright future for plant health research
Australians need to buy more vegetables to meet dietary guidelines
Hort Innovation set to share Aussie grower stories with nation through new partnership with Ten’s My Market Kitchen
Selwyn Snell to retire as Chair of Hort Innovation 25 June
RE-ISSUED: Tasmania still TPP free thanks to strong biosecurity system
Tasmania still TPP free thanks to strong biosecurity system
Enhancing Australia’s bee pest surveillance
Selwyn Snell to retire as Chair of Hort Innovation
Hort Innovation launches whole-of-horticulture campaign to support Australian growers
Key sustainability issues identified for Australian horticulture
A nose for trouble
Helping farmers access specialised agvet chemicals