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1. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > WA projects 1996-2007 | Research...
pass harvesting of export cauliflower Department of Agriculture & Food Western Australia VG02053 Causes of leaf spotting in Chinese cabbage Department of Agriculture & Food Western
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2. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > VGA Beginnings | History | About Us
rows of cabbage or cauliflower were grown. One very wet year the whole district was water-logged and all crops were at a stand-still. In desperation one cauliflower grower ploughed a furrow between every
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3. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > VG04021 Vegetable Seed Treatment...
pumpkin (curcubits) and cauliflowers (brassicas). Seed safety tests showed that the new fungicide and insecticide seed dressings mostly have no phytotoxic effects on garden pea, green bean, cauliflower and pumpkin seeds. Generally, the
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4. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > VG05073 Mechanical Harvesting | ...
developed for lettuce and cauliflower. Crops considered for investment in mechanical harvesting included Asian Vegetables, Celery, cauliflower, leafy salad, Tomato, Wongbok and Zucchini. Barriers to adoption of new technologies
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5. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > VG02118 White Blister | Research...
disease of broccoli and cauliflower, which devastated Victorian crops during the summer of 2001-02. Within eighteen months it had spread to broccoli and cauliflower crops across the whole of southern Australia. It produces unsightly white
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6. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > UK veg prices to rise | E News |...
and grows 103 varieties of cauliflower. Greville Richards, who runs Southern England Farms, which supplies sprouts, cauliflowers, cabbages and broccoli to supermarkets, said: "Vegetable inflation has not hit UK shelves yet. I don't think the
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7. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria | Researchers PDFs | Research and ...
annually. Broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage... Go to article. VG04014 Clubroot Guidebook This 6 page booklet provides a
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8. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria | E News | Communication
improved range of broccoli, cauliflower, lettuce and... Go to article. BIOCHAR study to begin The Federal
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9. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > NY97011 Downy Mildew on seedling...
control of downy mildew on cauliflower and stock seedlings. Six seminars on management of downy mildews in nurseries were delivered at workshops, Annual General Meetings or Conferences, to nurserymen in Western Australia, Tasmania, South
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10. Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria > VG07070 Workshop Notes - 2008 | ...
Broccoli varieties and two Cauliflower varieties for susceptibility to white blister. Disease pressure from white blister has been low in this trial. The ‘new’ broccoli variety and Tyson showed strong
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