Communication

Fruit fly management for vegetable growers

Fruit fly management for vegetable growers

Fruit flies are recognised as one of the world’s most serious pests for horticulture. They can breed rapidly, disperse widely and successfully infest most fruit and fruiting vegetables. The larvae not only destroy infested fruit, but are a major quarantine issue for both domestic and international markets. See five new videos that will explain how to manage fruit flies, and also the new Fruit fly management for vegetable growers handbook, both outputs of the project.

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Pre-harvest effects on shelf-life and freshness of vegetables

The shelf-life and freshness is rated very highly by consumers when they buy vegetables. A recent project run jointly by AHR and the NSW Department of Primary Industries, has reviewed the latest scientific literature on pre-harvest effects on vegetable freshness …

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VegNET – The National Vegetable Extension Network

Horticulture Innovation Australia has teamed up with members of the vegetable industry to develop VegNET (National Vegetable Extension Network). The aim of VegNET is to effectively communicate information to growers through 10 regionally-based extension projects, with coordination and support provided by …

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The Australian Stonefruit Grower August 2106

The editorial team at Applied Horticultural Research, are delighted to bring you second issue of the Australian Stone Grower magazine. We hope you enjoy this new issue. Click here to view the magazine Click here to download a pdf version …

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AHR at the National Horticulture Convention and Field Day

AHR staff were thrilled to be part of the National Horticulture Convention on the Gold Coast last week. The popular stand featured both the Soil Wealth and Integrated Crop Protection projects, where 100s of fact sheets, UBSs, Pest and Disease …

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