KNOWN for their retro appeal and array of colours, the Flowers Victoria flower of the month is the gladioli.
AUSTRALIAN lychee and mango growers have the green light to export to the US.
NOTHING says summer like freshly picked berries — see our guide to the best pick-your-own farms here.
THE horticulture industry has welcomed Japan free-trade agreement tariff cuts coming into effect today.
POUNDING rain may ease today, but the damage and dangers following Southern Tasmania’s drenching continue to mount.
PLUCKED from the Australian rainforest, this finger lime, also dubbed “citrus caviar”, is the hottest new thing in international cuisine.
IT’S been a dream season at Long Lane Capers.
Andrew Carswell and Peter Michael
YOUNG, jobless Aussies are unwilling to break their welfare dependence, say wine producers and citrus growers.
Nigel Austin, Peter Michael
UNEMPLOYED Australians are shunning local agriculture jobs, forcing farmers to rely on backpackers to fill a workforce gap.
CHRIS McLENNAN, ALEX SAMPSON and EMMA FIELD
A FLOOD of fruit is ruining the livelihoods of many Victorian growers.
A MAJOR vegetable processor has agreed to stay in Australia.
AFTER more than a year of tense negotiations, Tasmania’s last vegetable processor, Simplot, has reached a new pay deal with workers.
BLUEBERRY rust, a fungal disease that poses a serious threat to some berry orchards, has been found on 38 Tasmanian properties.