Topic: "Horticulture"

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Victorian Farmers Take Top Gong In Farmer Of The Year

Eighteen of southeast Australia’s most outstanding farmers took centre stage tonight as they were recognised for their innovation and excellence in agriculture at The Weekly Times Coles 2015 Farmer of the year awards at Crown Casino in Melbourne. Minister for Agriculture Jaala Pulford presented the..

Victorian Horticulture Set To Flourish Under Labor

Victoria’s horticulture industry has a bright future under the Andrews Labor Government, stakeholders at a leadership forum in Shepparton have heard. Minister for Agriculture, Jaala Pulford, last night outlined the Labor Government’s plan to grow Victoria’s $2.4 billion horticulture industry at the annual Horticulture Industry..

Victoria Leading The Way On Horticulture Exports

The Andrews Labor Government will lead a pilot program to improve market access for temperate fruit exports, such as apples, pears, stone fruits, grapes and cherries, to China and Thailand. The pilot program was endorsed in last Friday’s meeting of the Agriculture Ministers’ Forum (AGMIN)..

New Five Year Action Plan To Tackle Queensland Fruit Fly

A new, five year action plan for a proactive and co-ordinated approach to Queensland fruit fly management will be developed to protect domestic and international market access for Victoria’s $2.4 billion horticulture industry. Minister for Agriculture, Jaala Pulford, said the state wide action plan would..

Making Fresh Connections For Victorian Horticulture

The Andrews Labor Government is growing Victoria’s thriving horticulture industry by reducing barriers to trade and improving access to new markets, supporting industry-led innovation and research. Speaking at the Australian Horticultural Exporters Association (AHEA) Export Forum today, Minister for Agriculture, Jaala Pulford, said last week’s..