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September 2013

The past month has been full of meetings and conferences, as well as discussions with fellow growers, industry people, government ministers and public servants.

There's certainly different opinions between government and growers about where our industry is now and into the future, and sadly they're miles apart ...

David Wallace - President, VGA-Victoria

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Golf Day at Lang Lang
A bright and sunny August morning saw 80 golfers assemble for the Annual Vegetable Growers Golf Day held at Lang Lang Golf Club on the South Gippsland Highway in Nyora, Victoria ...

APEN International Conference
The VGA’s Executive Manager, Helena Whitman, was fortunate enough to obtain a HAL scholarship to attend the Australasia Pacific Extension Network (APEN) Conference held at Lincoln University in New Zealand during August ...

Stabilised Nitrogen for Vegetable Crops
Switching to stabilised fertilisers offers a win-win situation for vegetable growers and the environment.

Field research led by Dr Ian Porter from the Victorian Department of Environment and Primary Industries has shown that switching to Nitrophoska® + ENTEC® could improve nitrogen use efficiency and crop yields, as well as reducing Nitrogen losses to the environment ...

VG09086 - Evaluation of vegetable washing chemicals
A recent project completed by Dr Robert Premier evaluated a number of sanitising chemicals and compared them in terms of efficacy, ease-of-use, cost and effects on the postharvest shelf life of leafy vegetables ...

Maintaining Membership Services at the Local Level
The Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria has been in existence for over 60 years, providing assistance and industry information to its Grower Members, supported by a range of industry suppliers in their role as Industry Associate Members ...

Challenging Overseas Competition
It is little wonder that growers who travel overseas return with the attitude that the labour content of producing vegetables is more expensive in Australia than in overseas countries. How can we compete on export, import and domestic markets that are promoting a downward trend for farm gate prices? ...

Protecting your Property
The Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria (VGA Vic) has held a long and proud alliance with WFI and have been working together to serve the Victorian vegetable industry ...

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