This manual provides a guide to assessing the post-harvest quality of Australian Mangoes. It should be used in conjunction with the Mango Industry Quality Standards.
This manual provides instructions on ripening mangoes and will assist businesses at any point in supply chains, from producer to retailer, to operate a ripening facility. Click through to download your copy.
The official Facebook page of the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (QDAF) is Queensland Agriculture. The page aims to connect with primary producers and industry members, providing information about key issues, innovations, upcoming events and research outcomes in the state.
Public Relations activity for the 2015/16 mango season is centred around educating consumers with various mango-based recipes, bringing awareness to the industry through grower profiles and reinforcing mangoes as the fruit of summer. This year has not failed to disappoint as mangoes have featured across a variety of traditional and social media platforms with a momentum that has kept up well into the New Year.
While Australia celebrated the first weekend of summer, a diverse group of Mango Growers, representing Kensington Pride, Honey Gold, Calypso and R2E2, left their farms and took to Sydney streets to experience the beat of Mango Madness.
AMIA’s Partners Program has been established for our industry partners to become more involved with the future of the Australian mango industry. Building a strong and profitable industry is our priority.
Cecid flies, also known as Gall Midges, are considered a high risk pest to the Australian mango industry.
Mango value chains that have market-focused production and postharvest systems can reduce waste, deliver high quality fruit and create significant profits for value chain partners from mango growers through to retailers.
Adoption of innovative practices and technologies is essential to growing and developing the Australian mango industry.
Can fruit fly infestations be reduced through area-wide management of mango crops? That is the question Queensland researchers are asking as they look for better ways to protect mangoes from fruit fly.