Citrus growers are now armed with information to combat a potential future threat to production.
As part of its review of the proposal to increase the citrus R&D levy to $3.20/t and the PHA biosecurity levy to $0.30/t (a total increase of $1.50/t), the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources is providing a six week period for lodgements of objections or support.
Australian growers can improve their competitive edge in Asia by growing citrus with smoother rinds.
Kurt Huang will be the key note speaker at the 2016 Citrus Market Outlook Forum, to be held in Sydney on March 16-17. Kurt’s company provides a fresh fruit import clearance service in Shanghai, and his main office is located in the Shanghai Huizhan Fruit & Vegetable Market, the biggest imported fruit wholesale market in East China.
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