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Table Grapes Production and Growth in Australia (2020)

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Table Grapes Production and Growth in Australia (2020)

Introduction Table grapes are popular all throughout Australia. Because of this, they are grown across all states in the nation. Due to the labour shortage situation amidst the pandemic, Victorian producers are forced to admit that the upcoming season may be tumultuous due to the weather change and labour shortage. it is crucial to pick […]

2021-06-15

Avocado Overview and Growth in Australia (2020)

Introduction Avocados were first brought into Australia in 1840. They were planted in the Royal Botanical Gardens. After this event, commercial imports of seeds and plants continued to flourish over the upcoming 110 years. It was at this point in time that an Australian industry began to take shape and develop. If the current scenario […]

2021-06-08

Apple Overview and Growth in Australia (2020)

Introduction to Apples Apple trees are one of the oldest cultivated fruits in the world. Moreover, there are more than 7.5000 cultivators that work with this fruit. Usually, this fruit is consumed for their sweetness. However, they are also utilized to make and cook cider. As history states, the tree was originally established in Asia. […]

2021-06-08

A Flourishing Persimmon Season Amidst the Pandemic

The season of persimmons commenced mid-march in the state of Victoria. It is predicted that it will run up until the middle of May. According to experts in the industry, the crop is looking better than ever. Since the rainfall was steady and the weather conditions were pleasant, the fruits blossomed into an awesome colour. […]

2021-04-14

Remembering Cyclone Yasi

In the year of 2011, cyclone Yasi was responsible for destroying more than 80 per cent of Australia’s banana industry. Due to this cyclone, around $350 million worth of bananas were completely destructed. Moreover, farm owners in Cardwell, Innisfail and Tully suffered the majority of the losses. Historically low banana production meant a box of […]

2021-02-12

Rotting Stone Fruit in Swan Hill as Prices Plummet

Due to COVID 19, restrictions were imposed on the usual gathering of backpackers and all of the overseas workers. As a result of this unfortunate pandemic, many farm owners were left in the lurch as their stone fruit was left to rot. In fact, many growers were also thinking of giving up on the industry. […]

2021-02-08

Lychee and the Australian Agricultural World

Rich in vitamin C, lychee also has more than 100% of the daily requirement of ascorbic acid (ABA) in a single serving which works exceptionally well for boosting the immunity. Lychee is loaded with a great number of fibres. These fibres regulate the bowel movement by ensuring its smooth passage through the digestive tract. It […]

2021-01-04

Popularity of Passionfruit and the Agricultural Industry

Passionfruit is a popular fruit in Australia that is predominantly grown in Queensland. Nonetheless, since they are subtropical plants, and their popularity, they may be grown in all parts of Australia. However, in colder areas, they need to be provided with a warm and sunny sheltered spot so that they are able to thrive properly. […]

2021-01-04

Pineapple Production and its Sudden Growth

Pineapples are a multiple fruit, which means they grow from a cluster of up to 150 fertilised flowers that join together. They can take up to two years to be ready for harvesting. After a pineapple has been cut from its parent plant another fruit will start to develop called the ratoon crop. Once this […]

2021-01-04

Citrus Export Update- October

Citrus Fruit and Nut Growing in Australia The Citrus Fruit, Nut and Other Fruit Growing industry grows a range of produce, including citrus fruits, almonds, bananas, berries, avocados, olives and other fruits and nuts. Moreover, industry participants sell these products to food wholesalers, retailers, processors and other markets. Industry revenue is expected to grow at […]

2020-12-21