Citrus connect

Citrus Australia chief executive Nathan Hancock, Murray Valley Advisory Committee chair David Stevens and Grandview Orchards grower Brett Hullah at a fruit fly workshop for citrus growers.Picture: Michael DiFabrizio

Citrus Australia chief executive Nathan Hancock, Murray Valley Advisory Committee chair David Stevens and Grandview Orchards grower Brett Hullah at a fruit fly workshop for citrus growers.Picture: Michael DiFabrizio

SUNRAYSIA growers will have the opportunity to discuss various industry issues at the Citrus Australia regional forum tomorrow.

Held at the Dareton Research Station, the forum will address localised topics such as frost mitigation and fruit fly issues.

Citrus Australia Murray Valley regional advisory committee chair David Stevens said the forum would be a good networking opportunity for growers to either speak to other growers or with industry experts about marketing, growing practices and packing practices.

Mr Stevens said experts from the Department of Primary Industries NSW and citrus growers will be speaking about frost mitigation and the best practice to minimise frost damage.

For more of this story, purchase your copy of Monday's Sunraysia Daily 14/05/2018.To subscribe to our Digital Edition Click here

Smartphone
Tablet - Narrow
Tablet - Wide
Desktop