Download a PDF of the latest crop forecast for the 2019/20 season.
Three key contributors to the development of the Australian mango industry were recognised for their outstanding commitment at the 12th Australian Mangoes Conference.
Identified in the Mango SIAP Strategic Investment Plan for 2017-2021 was a key challenge addressing a lack of skilled workforce and an aging industry. To solve this issue, Hort Innovation have partnered with program delivery partners Rimfire Resources and Australian Rural Leadership Foundation (ARLF) with an aim to increase graduate interest in careers across the Australian horticultural sector, including mangoes.
At a recent workshop in Darwin, industry representatives heard that mango growing regions are set to warm up over the coming decades, with potentially serious impacts on mango production. Add in other changes, such as more intense rainfall events, and the news isn’t good. However, action now by growers with an eye to the future will help ensure enterprises remain sustainable.
Understanding available climate change information is critical to this forward planning.
A successful partnership between the ARC Training Centre for Innovative Horticultural Products, School of Land and Food, University of Tasmania and the Northern Territory Department of Primary Industry and Resources is driving research to help understand the causes and control of resin canal discolouration (RCD).
Over the past five years the entire Australian Mango Industry has united in the quest to meet and exceed consumer’s expectation of a great mango experience, our efforts have fuelled an ever increasing appetite, resulting in more households buying mangoes, and buying on more occasions.
Take a look at some of the presentations from the 12th Biennial Australian Mangoes Conference.
This year, we have switched to an online registration process. Once you have received your login, it will remain the same for subsequent years but completing the online registration each year will still be necessary.
A step-by-step guide to completing your annual online export registration.
Red banded mango caterpillar (RBMC; Deanolis sublimbalis) is considered a serious threat to Australia’s mango industry. Though, RBMC has not reached any commercial mango plantations in Australia and poses no immediate threat to the mango industry, the pest has caused commercial losses in the order of 10-15% in tropical parts of Asia. It has also been detected at several locations near the northern tip of Cape York Peninsula.