The University of Tasmania’s Graduate Diploma in Agribusiness: Masterclass in Horticultural Business offers participants immersive study that will ultimately make them a better businessperson.
A record number of nominees have been nominated for the National Awards for Excellence – the Australian horticulture industry’s most prestigious recognition – with 95 growers, marketers, businesses, researchers and industry representatives nominated in 9 award categories, including the highly-coveted Syngenta Grower of the Year…
That’s the advice from the Transforming Mango Futures project team which spent three years studying grower and experimental mango orchards, examining whether high – density orchards would produce more fruit, more economically than low – density plantings.
A University of Melbourne led study has established how plants use their metabolism to tell time and know when to grow – a discovery that could help leverage growing crops in different environments, including different seasons, different latitudes or even in artificial environments and vertical…
Cross-pollination for macadamias has proved critical for maximising yields in a Hort Innovation pollination research and development project. The project team recently finished up analysis on macadamia cross pollination to better understand the implications on nut production and ensuring adequate pollination takes place.
New workers starting at Victorian horticulture businesses will be quickly brought up to speed to get to work quicker thanks to an online training package supported by the Victorian Government.
The journey of New Zealand’s high quality nutritious food from farmer to fork is what drives Agcarm’s horticultural scholarship winner, Alexandra Tomkins in her goal to be a leader in food production.