Download a copy of the 2016 Mango Quality Standards and Posters
Download/view some of the presentations from the 11th Australian Mango Conference
A new handbook that outlines the latest, most effective ways for handling one of the horticulture industry’s most damaging pests is now available.
Each year, Australian Mangoes sends influencers or journalists on familiarisations (famils) to mango farms, allowing the individual to spend time with growers and learn about the industry....
In the lead, up to International Women’s Day on 8 March, the Businesswomen’s Hall of Fame induction ceremony was held on 2 March and recognised Australia’s female business trailblazers.
This article provides an overview of dry matter (DM) and fruit maturity in mangoes and outlines the results of trials conducted by Central Queensland University (CQU) to identify methods to increase fruit DM.
This article provides an overview of work conducted by Central Queensland University (CQU) and Felix Instruments teams over the 2016-17 season to provide maturity data in an easy to visualise format.
A disorder known as Leathery Skin occurs mainly on R2E2 fruit and has been observed for a number of years on trees grown on light sandy granitic soils in Mutchilba and Dimbulah, west of Mareeba.
‘Shoot to Thrill’, those were the words Anthony Huckstep used to headline his article in the March edition of delicious Magazine...
Hort Innovation is working with Women & Leadership Australia (WLA) to roll out 20 targeted industry scholarships per year for the next five years.