Live Horticulture News with Latest Updates

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Efforts to eradicate feral pigs on Kangaroo Island hitting their mark
AGROS project: Cucumber growers share their vision on autonomous greenhouse cultivation
Calling for nominations to find Australia’s most outstanding Young Growers
Seasonal workers arrive to help SA horticulture industry
2020 – year everything about fresh produce consumption changed
Cover crops – a game changer 8 April
Government needs to move faster on Pacific bubble
Government backs more initiatives to boost food and fibre workforce
Pome fruit growers urged to be ready to apply for netting rebates
SA agriculture generates strong $14.1 billion revenue
Covid-19 imgration powers to be extended
AWU secures support for horticulture industry minimum wage and reforms
Purple hive of activity at Victorian ports to protect our bees
Search for excellence is on in WA’s training sector
Rethink on Reef regulations a positive step for producers
Seasonal workers to receive free Covid-19 tests on farms
Researchers are refining recipes for biochar that benefits industry and environment
Hive Of Activity At Victorian Ports To Protect Our Bees
Export lift for Victorian summer fruit growers
Horticulture visits put safety in spotlight
Hort Innovation supports horticulture industry through Hort Connections sponsorship
Union partnership to urge Labor to reform shameful worker abuse in fruit and vegetable sector
National answers horticulture sector’s call for help
National Farmers Federation implores workers to report underpayment
Wellbeing support package unveiled for horticulture sector
Export Lift For Victorian Summer Fruit Growers
Collaboration is key for Wiradjuri garden project
$5.5 million funding boost for Māori Trades and Training
Research at heart of new University of Southern Queensland and Granite Belt partnership
Recruitment support targets seasonal workers
Government’s extension of international freight assistance a lifeline to farmers
James Whiteside resigns as AUSVEG CEO
Opportunity missed for our fruit and veg farmers
Time is ripe for action following National Ag Workforce Strategy
Worker plan food for thought, no panacea
Help stop fruit fly spread this long weekend
ABARES confirms workforce challenges for horticulture
Cover crops – a game changer
Jake Blauer joins WSU’s potato research group
Air New Zealand transports Samoan seasonal workers to support local fruit and wine industries
Backing jobs and exports in north Queensland
Canada’s farm incomes on track for a record year
Startups pitch their services to solve public sector challenges
Blockchain as a Catalyst for Digital Transformation of Agrifood
Council Encourages Apprenticeship Applications
New Pathways For Local Jobs
Before coup, Myanmar’s stunning biodiversity had a chance
‘The world is in your hands and begins at your door’