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Tassie wine industry has room to grow, says wine academic
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26/06/13 - Tasmanian wine industry has the potential to grow should it conform to the current trend towards cool climate, low alcohol wines says wine academic, Dr Ruth Fleuchaus.
The certification process for Organic Farming
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20/06/13 - Have you considered going organic? Ever wanted to know what steps are involved to gain the certification?
Government talks provide hope for fruit growers
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06/06/13 - Goulburn Valley orchardist Peter Hall, along with fellow fruit growers and officials from the Manufacturing Workers Union discussed the regions fruit crisis.
US food companies scramble to source non GM ingredients
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30/05/13 - Food companies across America are struggling to source conventional ingredients as growing pressure to replace genetically modified ones grows rapidly.
Cider consumption tipped to double
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22/05/13 - Australia’s recent love for cider does not appear to be a passing phase with consumption predicted to double within the coming years.
CSIRO research hopes to counteract winter drought for grape growers
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09/05/13 - The CSIRO along with the South Australian Research and Development Institute will be conducting research to determine whether the use of sprinklers can counteract winter droug
Monsanto herbicide linked to cancer and Parkinson’s
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02/05/13 - A recent study has indicated that heavy use of the world’s most widely used herbicide, Roundup, could be linked to a vast range of health problems including Parkinson’s.
Restructure packages urgently needed for SPC growers
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01/05/13 - SPC Ardmona’s decisions to no longer purchase fruit from growers in Victoria’s Goulburn Valley comes into effect today.
Struggling grape growers need interest rate subsides, not loans
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01/05/13 - Southern NSW grape growers have called for government assistance in the form of interest rate subsidies rather than loans to repay debt.
Goulburn Valley fruit growers forced to decide on the future
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29/04/13 - Over 130 Goulburn Valley fruit growers will attend the first of two mass meetings today to discuss their future.
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11/03/13 - According to the latest Rabobank Agri Commodity Markets Research report, soybeans appear to have gained ground on corn and cotton this year in the annual battle for acreage in the US.
The company offers a range of quality implements for use with agricultural machinery
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02/11/12 - Because of their sheer weight and the fact that a range of different implements are often attached, agricultural machinery moves along at much slower speeds than cars and truc

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