The resources that have been collected together here represent the combined outputs from a series of levy-funded projects and research carried out by industry and government, designed to empower growers to access the latest research outcomes and tools.
|26.06.20||Temperature management throughout the supply chain—how is industry tracking?|
|02.06.20||ARTICLE: Temperature monitoring technology|
|31.03.20||ARTICLE: Air or probe loggers?|
|20.01.20||Using data to define best practice in the supply chain|
|16.09.19||FACTSHEET: IoT-driven connectivity will revolutionise real-time temperature monitoring of horticulture supply chains|
|29.08.19||Loggers: Monitoring temperature for export|
|06.02.19||FACTSHEET: Recommended storage temperatures for fresh produce|
|05.02.19||FACTSHEET: Should I monitor air or product (pulp) temperature?|
|05.02.19||FACTSHEET: Where should temperature loggers be placed?|
This project has been funded by Hort Innovation using the mango research and development levy and contributions from the Australian Government. Hort Innovation is the grower-owned, not-for-profit research and development corporation for Australian horticulture.
These resources have been created under the strategic levy investment project Building Best Management Practice Capacity for the Australian Mango Industry (MG17000), part of the Hort Innovation Mango Fund.