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Vineyards threatened by Margaret River bushfire

Wineries are rushing to protect their vines and and buildings as a bushfire continues to burn uncontrolled in the Margaret River region of Western Australia. The fire began yesterday after a escaping from a backburning operation, and 20 home buy viagra s have already been destroyed. Robert Mann, from Cape Mentelle wines, says some vines […]

Drug and alcohol screening for farm workers?

The farm sector is looking into drug and alcohol testing for workers. Both Australian and New Zealand shearing contractors raised the employment safety issue at their recent national conference. But the National Farmers Federation warns that Levitra low price other high risk industries are having the privacy issue challenged in the courts – and the […]

Macadamia farmers struggle with dry rot

A southern Queensland macadamia grower says he’s pleased with the season despite yields being down 20 per cent. Michael Cooper farms 36,000 trees north of Caboolture and says rain earlier in the year made things difficult. He says all macad buy cialis without prescription amia farmers are struggling with dry rot in their trees. “If […]

Chinese cherry market one step closer

Australian cherry growers could start exporting their fruit to China as early as December, if current indications are any guide. Representatives from Cherry Growers Australia and other bodies have just viagra online canadian pharmacy returned from a trip to the China World F mail order viagra in uk ruit and Vegetable Fair where, once again, […]

Mandarin producer has slight downturn because of high dollar

The country’s largest viagra 100 mg mandarin producer says its exports are 5 per cent down this year, despite the high Australian dollar. The Australian dollar was above parity with the US currency throughout the season. Many farmers said they couldn’t convince overseas buyers to take their product at a higher price. But Gayndah Packers […]

Fruit and vegie growers want more transparency on wholesale pricing

Fruit and vegetable growers are demanding greater transparency on prices they’re getting paid by wholesale merchants. Their call comes as a federal parliamentary committee calls for submissions on whether to amend the Horticulture Code Bill, pay someone write my paper proposed by Federal independent Bob Katter. Guy Gaeta, from Orange in NSW, opened his own […]

Apricot harvest not so peachy

Hands up if you love a juicy peach? Or a tangy apricot? Well, it’s that time of year again. The first of this year’s stone fruit has been picked in Menindee quick payday loans in far western New South Wales. It has been a bumper harvest, with high quality order viagra online nectarine and peaches […]

Shiraz yield expected to be down in the Riverina

Grape growers in parts of south-west NSW expect to harvest lower volumes of red grape comprar cialis generico varieties this vintage. Just ahead of berry set, some producers in the Griffith area reporting shiraz crops are down by 20 to 40 per cent. Bruno Brombal, buy cialis online from the Riverina Wine Grapes Marketing Boards, […]


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