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Revised Forecast of the Australian Macadamia Nuts

According to the Australian Macadamia Society (AMS), the forecast for 2021 has been slightly revised. There has been a drop of 4.5 per cent for the macadamia nuts. Hence, from 50,770 the number has decreased to 48,500. This decrease is being solely credited to the chaotic weather conditions. Because of the severe climate fluctuations, there […]

2021-07-08

Tasmania’s Cherries Ready for Export

The Morrison program has a set of programs that are utilized to support Australian exporters have tremendously helped to lift Tasmania’s cherry exports. Now, these exports have reached record heights. Currently, 30% of Australian Cherries are exported to more than 30 countries in a highly competitive international market. Out of this, many are from Tasmania. […]

2021-06-29

Passionfruit Season Gets Green Signal for Winter

A great amount of rainfall all across the east coast, along with a great number of new variants that were planted, are the reasons why the upcoming persimmon season is deemed to be a sure success. At the present moment, the season is underway. The supply has two particular peaks from December to February and […]

2021-06-29

Healthy and Happy Australia: The Aim

In Australia, the Fruit and Vegetable Consortium is a particular group that is made up of leading healthcare professionals, researchers and industrial horticulture groups. At the present moment, due to the situation brought about by the pandemic, this Consortium is aiming to fuel a happy and healthy Australia. Hence, they are asking all of the […]

2021-06-28

Farmers Deplore the State of Australian Road

Potato farmers have a challenging task at hand. Many Sunraysian farmers grow around 15,000 tonnes of vegetable annually. However, a majority of tuck companies are refusing to service the properties around this area because of Curran Road. Residents of this area are of the opinion that the quality has been deteriorating for years without any […]

2021-06-28

Markets in South East Asia and Australian Diary

The Victorian dairy market is significantly focused on the export market. The export products include a wide and diverse variety of dairy items. Some of them include powdered milk and cream, yoghurt and buttermilk, butter, fats, oils, cheese, whey products, and live animals. Moreover, there are various uses of milk found in Victoria. For instance, […]

2021-06-25

The Victorian Dairy Industry Above Others?

According to research conducted by Deloitte Access Economics, the numerous competitive edges that Victoria possesses make it the ‘heartland’ of the dairy industry. Furthermore, this region is also considered to be a major winner in the dairy industry across the globe. Deloitte Access Economics has studied data pertaining to Victoria’s competitive edge in the agricultural […]

2021-06-25

Victoria and the Dairy Industry: A Brief Overview

Victoria is undoubtedly Australia’s largest dairy-producing state. It produces approximately two-thirds of the milk from just 3 per cent of the landmass. In fact, this industry may be identified as Victoria’s largest agricultural industries. In recent years, the gross value of production was estimated to be 20 per cent of the region’s aggregate agriculture output. […]

2021-06-25

Should you Invest in the Dairy Industry?

Dairy is one of Australia’s most important rural industries, producing about 8.8 billion litres of milk in 2018-19 and directly employing approximately 46,200 people. It is the fourth-largest rural industry in Australia generating $4.4 billion in farm gate value in 2018-19. The majority of milk production occurs on the southeast seaboard in Victoria, New South […]

2021-06-24

Walnuts Production and Growth (2020)

Overview There has been strong growth in the Australian walnut industry over the last decade, with projections for continued growth. The Australian Walnut Industry Association (AWIA) is the representative association for small and large walnut orchards, which presently cover approximately 3,000 ha of walnut plantings throughout Australia. They can can live for hundreds of years. […]

2021-06-24

Pistachios Growth in Australia (2020)

Overview Commercial pistachio growing commenced in Australia in the early 1980s following a successful breeding program by CSIRO. The new variety Sirora was released in 1982. It is suited to the climate and soils of the River Murray valley, where today most large orchards are located. Australian yields per hectare have improved 30% in the last 8 […]

2021-06-24

Pecans Growth and Production in Australia (2020)

Overview The majority of pecan production in Australia is centred in northern New South Wales and south-eastern Queensland. This type of nut is mostly sold domestically in its kernel form. However, there is a small export market for it as well. Statistics The supply per capita of both the in-shell and kernel pecans was recorded […]

2021-06-24

Hazelnuts Growth and Production in Australia (2020)

Overview Hazelnuts are grown in the temperate areas of south-eastern Australia. The main production regions are the central tablelands of NSW around Orange and Narrandera, and northeast Victoria around Myrtleford. They are also grown in central and eastern Victoria and increasingly in northern Tasmania. These trees take around 15 years to become mature. Hence, the […]

2021-06-24

Macadamias Production and Growth in Australia (2020)

Overview Native to Australia, macadamia trees are only found naturally in southern Queensland and northern New South Wales. The Hawaiian macadamia industry was grown from one cultivar from Australia that was repeatedly cloned. Recently, new research into macadamias has revealed the world’s dominant commercial cultivar, which is grown in Hawaii, originated from a single tree […]

2021-06-24

Making the Most of the Short Chestnuts Season

In spite of an exotic plant disease destroying more than 5000 Victorian chestnut trees in 2010, according to farmer and nut processor Jane Casey, the quality of Australian chestnuts has never been better. Australia is a country that has a wide variety of nuts that are produced and then exported. Out of these nuts, chestnuts are […]

2021-06-23

Almond Growth and Production in Australia (2020)

With two months still pending in the official horticultural year, Calfornia almond shipments have created a new record in 2021. This is a Herculean feat because of the trade issues and Covid 19 complications that plagued the global markets throughout this year. According to reports, the California industry has exported over 219 million pounds of […]

2021-06-23

Australia and the Nut Industry: an Overview (2020)

Nuts and seeds are an excellent source of protein, minerals and vitamins. Hence, the Australian Dietary Guidelines recommend that all individuals should include nuts in their everyday diet. Moreover, Australia is a country that focuses on its import and export of nuts. In fact, as of June 2020, approximately 230,225 tonnes of in-shell nuts were […]

2021-06-23

Turf Production and Growth in Australia (2020)

Turf covers live grass products grown for parks, gardens, residential and commercial properties, sporting venues and for land rehabilitation andlandscape improvement purposes. Production occurs in all states and territories of Australia. The majority of production occurs in New South Wales and Queensland. Production is year-round, with a number of different varieties beinggrown, although there is […]

2021-06-23

Nurseries Production and Growth in Australia (2020)

Overview The term ‘nursery’ refers to the live plants that are grown for multiple purposes. These live plants are utilized for landscaping and distribution and re-vegetation of ornamental supply chains. Moreover, they are also used as starter plants in the commercial production of vegetables, forestry and fruits. Furthermore, nurseries are produced across all states and […]

2021-06-23

Cut Flowers Production in Australia (2020)

Overview Australia is a nation where cut flowers are found in abundance. These flowers are grown at all times of the year, with an elevation during Valentine’s Day in February and Mother’s Day in May. Moreover, a smaller peak may be witnessed in December for Christmas. Furthermore, the production of these flowers occurs in high […]

2021-06-23