Grape farmers commonly protect crops from insects by repeatedly applying broad-spectrum chemical pesticides.
An alternative approach is to use traps laced with highly specific insect-attracting scents called pheromones that lure pests into killing chambers. But not all insects have the chemical receptors necessary to respond to pheromones, so a gap in pest management remains.
Stoller Australia’s products have a proven track record in delivering nutrients to your plants to ensure that your crop gets exactly what it needs when it’s needed.
IPM–focused apple and pear growers, and organic producers are aware that Organic Crop Protectants' product, Grandex Granulosis virus is a biological control tool for the management of Codling Moth and Oriental Fruit Moth.
Netpro works with clients to provide products that optimise the production of their crops.
Growers use their protective canopy as a tool—just as critically as they do irrigation or fertiliser.
Last season saw extensive use of the Fruition Trap technology, in its second year of commercialisation, for attracting, monitoring and managing Queensland Fruit Fly (QFF).
When picking fruit, selecting the correct size picking bag is paramount.
The Bighorn Open Mouth fruit picking bags are available in four sizes, allowing users to select the ideal size.
KW Automation is a family owned Australian company located on the Sunshine Coast, Qld. It is led by Michael Weisenberger, a second-generation horticultural automation innovator.
Echoing consumer and public sentiment for less packaging waste and more responsible sourcing, the Visy Fibre Fruit Punnet is a package solution for apples, pears, stone fruit, bananas and tomatoes.
Netting intercepts solar radiation reducing the amount of energy reaching fruit and hence lowering the risk of sunburn and colour bleaching of fruit.
However, netting also lowers radiation that is needed for photosynthesis and colour development.