Monthly Archives: October 2015

Internal Rot Capsicums

A new fact sheet on Internal rot in capsicum: Causes and control

Internal rot in capsicum is an infection on the seeds, placenta or internal wall(s) of capsicum red fruit. Normally, symptoms are only seen once the fruit is cut open. The external appearance of the fruit is completely normal. The disease …

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Integrated Crop Protection Update October 2015

                    The Integrated Crop Protection (ICP) extension project aims to promote best management practices for plant health in the Australian vegetable industry, including responsible chemical use. Protecting crops is vital for …

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Bundaberg Agronomic Group Meeting: October 22nd, 2015

Please join the final Bundaberg Agronomic Group meeting for 2015. There are some important topics to discuss, and please stay around for networking drinks and wood fired pizza following the meeting. Where: Spotted Dog Tavern, Bourbong Street, Bundaberg When: Thursday …

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Managing insect contaminants in processed leafy vegetables: A best practice guide

Insects are potential contaminants of processed leafy vegetables. Pest and beneficial species, in both the juvenile and adult stages of their life cycles can become unwanted contaminants if they make their way from the field into the final packaged product …

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