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Last month Stoller Australia conducted a series of seminars at key locations to provide updates and education to interested farmers and dealers in the field of plant nutrition and plant physiology.

Published in Nutrition

With Queensland fruit fly already on the move in warmer growing areas, AgNova Technologies is reminding growers about its innovative Fruition Traps which were successfully launched last year.

Published in Pests

Australian Frost Fans is the sister business to New Zealand Frost Fans, which manufactures the FrostBoss™ range of frost fans.

Published in Frost

IPM–focused apple and pear growers, and organic producers will be happy to hear that Grandex Granulosis virus is in reseller fridges as a biological control tool for the management of not just Codling Moth but also Oriental Fruit Moth.

Published in Pests


For more than four decades, Orchard-Rite has been providing the industry’s highest quality, most dependable wind machines for frost protection.

Published in Frost

Drape Net has been protecting Australian tree crops from hail, sunburn, water retention, birds & bats, wind, anti–bee on citrus, and other insects like fruit fly for over 10 years.

Published in Other netting

In a fruit tree, the yield of fruit results from a balance between vegetative growth and associated fruiting.
The production of fruit is tied to management which affects how the tree’s resources (e.g. photosynthates, water, nutrients and hormones) are distributed throughout the tree.

Published in Crop/Growth management

After a successful harvest, it is essential that steps are taken to ensure the orchard is provided with improved post-harvest nutrition, controlled biennial bearing and increased flowering opportunities.
These steps will ensure that healthy spring growth is achieved as well as a strong vigorous root system being maintained below the ground.

Published in Nutrition

Kaso Orchards in Coomboona is a family business growing apples and plums.

Published in Frost


Over the past couple of decades OCP have been developing—and APVMA registering—a range of low risk pesticides that meet the needs of both IPDM focused conventional and organic growers.

Published in Pests

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