Citrus Australia

Cox rootstock an alternative for lemons

05-Jul-2016 NSW DPI research horticulturalist, Graeme Sanderson, prepared this article on Cox rootstock, which features in the winter edition of the Australian Citrus News.
Citrus Australia

Increased levy boosts R&D, biosecurity

05-Jul-2016 Citrus levies will increase by $1.50 per tonne from July 1 to raise additional funding for research and development and bolster biosecurity.
Citrus Australia

Breeding process impresses growers at Bundaberg

22-Jun-2016 ENTHUSIASM was high as growers from throughout Queensland’s citrus-producing regions met at Bundaberg in June to sample potential new varieties.
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Citrus Australia promotes fresh Australian oranges

22-Jun-2016 Citrus Australia has promoted the availability of fresh Australian oranges to consumers, highlighting they are the most natural way to boost the immune system in winter.
Citrus Australia

Future trends exposed at Yanco Citrus Forum

22-Jun-2016 Rootstock evaluation trials, the latest on emerging varieties, and advice to access emerging export markets will all be discussed at a citrus growers’ forum to be held at Yanco on Thursday, June 23.
Citrus Australia

Give your opinion on biosecurity

06-Jun-2016 In 2014, the Citrus Biosecurity Project conducted a grower survey to better understand the level of knowledge around this topic. Activities were planned with this information in mind.
Citrus Australia

Increased levy boosts Research and Development, biosecurity

06-Jun-2016 Citrus levies will increase by $1.50 per tonne from July 1 to raise additional funding for research and development and bolster biosecurity.
Citrus Australia

Single standard for supermarket food safety

06-Jun-2016 AUSTRALIA'S major supermarkets will adopt a standardised food safety audit system.
Citrus Australia

Backpacker tax will cripple agriculture workforce

12-May-2016 If the Federal Government chooses to introduce a tax of 32.5% on every working dollar a holidaying backpacker earns, they can kiss goodbye to growers voting for them in this year’s election, according to Citrus Australia Chair, Tania Chapman.
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Hort gets a seat at ACCC table

12-May-2016 Citrus Australia chair, Tania Chapman, has been appointed to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s Agriculture Consultative Committee.
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Boost for Aussie citrus in Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam

28-Apr-2016 Rising incomes in the Philippines and Thailand and a new Australian agricultural counsellor in Vietnam will benefit Australian citrus exports to both countries, according to Citrus Australia CEO, Judith Damiani.
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Expanded access for citrus exports to South Korea

28-Apr-2016 Australian citrus growers received welcome news this week that Korea’s Animal and Plant Quarantine Agency (QIA) has expanded its policy for Australian citrus to allow the entry of blood oranges.
Citrus Australia

Two-pronged breeding approach producing new mandarin varieties

28-Apr-2016 LOW-SEED versions of two popular US mandarins have been developed in Australia through the efforts of citrus breeders at the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF).
Citrus Australia

Celebrating another Japanese tariff cut

08-Apr-2016 Citrus Australia joined the Federal Trade Minister, Steven Ciobo, at Grove Juice’s bottling and distribution centre in Brisbane on April 1 to celebrate the third round of tariff cuts for exports into Japan.
Citrus Australia

Country of Origin Labelling approved

08-Apr-2016 The states and territories have signed off on the Federal Government's plans for new country of origin labels, which will start appearing from July 1.
Citrus Australia

Chinese demand boosts KCTT applications

08-Apr-2016 More growers have registered more citrus blocks for export to Korea, China, Thailand and Taiwan.
Citrus Australia

MAF Oceania seeks Technical Sales Person

31-Mar-2016 Technical sales person for complete high tech turnkey system
Citrus Australia

Fruit juice boost from exports, marketing and new products

29-Mar-2016 Fresh juice exports, additional domestic marketing and new products from new companies will all help stimulate the fruit juice sector, delegates were told at the Citrus Market Outlook Forum.
Citrus Australia

Inside knowledge on Chinese consumers

29-Mar-2016 Popular online sale sites, the Chinese-developed WeChat app and fruit chain stores are all helping drive the increase in citrus exports to China.
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Young Filipinos have a taste for citrus

29-Mar-2016 The Philippines, home to a large demographic of young, educated people, with an appetite for premium imported products, is already shaping as an important market for Australian citrus.