VICTORIA’S failure to properly police mandatory country-of-origin food labelling laws is unacceptable, Ian Harrison says.
FRUIT and vegetables were the biggest sectors of Australian irrigated agricultural production in 2012-13.
HORTICULTURE’s governing body could have a new name, leadership and structure as soon as today.
BEHN Payten has become one of the first producers to sit as a judge on the Australia Cider Awards panel.
THE Territory’s $60 million watermelon industry could be crippled by a highly infectious virus.
THE country’s best cider will be celebrated at the Australian Cider Festival at the weekend.
FRANK Baguley and his colleagues founded the Victorian Flower Growers Group in 1955.
A NEW horticulture centre has opened at Tatura to help boost growers’ productivity and exports.
MICK and Margaret Jones’ almond orchard, south of Adelaide, stands out as a reminder of times past.
BACCHUS Marsh cherry blossoms are in full bloom ahead of what is expected to be an excellent season.
CYCLONE season is approaching, and banana grower Steven Lizzio knows how a monster storm feels.
FRUIT and vegetables from Tasmania will flood the Asian market as part of a plan to double the state’s produce sector over the next six years.
TONY Abbott pledges to ensure Australia’s food industry can “prosper and succeed”.
JESSICA Ashburner takes a break on her family’s Menzies Creek daffodil farm.
THE committee appointed to the Australian Grape and Wine Authority’s board will continue until next year.