Neon lights up blueberry future

The new TOMRA Neon, a new blueberry pre-grader with sophisticated AI technology, brings overall value to the blueberry business model. Joshua Miers-Jones, global category director blueberry and avocado at TOMRA Food, explains.

Technology has to start up somewhere

Aussie growers could soon reap the benefits of technology from across the globe through a scan of startups offering innovative solutions to labour challenges.

Training hub supports biosecurity

As the Australian Federal government continues to jeopardise our nations staple food production by pursuing up to 700giglitres of water through buybacks from the productive pool under the basin plan, we will become increasingly reliant on importing produce into our country.

Campaign targets labour hire

Labour hire workers in the horticulture industry are the target of a significant new communication campaign by the Labour Hire Authority (LHA).

Bayer podcast series popular

Agriculture is a busy place at the best of times, so cutting through the noise to deliver concise, relevant information is a challenge.

Energy saving scheme for mango growers

Program has enormous potential for mango growers, to save on energy costs and run a more sustainable business.

ABCspray: productivity at your fingertips!

Take your entire spray diary online.

It’s not new news but the facts back up the feel!

Insufficient skilled workers in Australia to keep up with demand.

Australian horticulture employers urged not to wait specifically for the Ag Visa

The Australian government recommend not to delay worker recruitment strategies by waiting on the introduction of the 'Ag Visa'

AgPick - GPS picking app for orchards

AgPick Orchard’s design was prompted by growers' objectives to provide accurate timekeeping and productivity records with the coming award changes.

Minimum rate guarantee ‘no sweat’ with ABCgrower

Specialised horticulture software can capture, manage and report all on farm picking and labour activities.

Tasmanian fruit growers push back on minimum rate for pickers

Tasmania's leading industry group appeals Fair Work Commission ruling.

Labour assist platform improves efficiency

Platform improves harvest efficiency as pickers move to hourly rates.

Piece work rate decision threatens to drive best workers away

Decision comes at a time when horticulture is facing an unprecedented labour shortage.

Data integrity critical for Koala Cherries

"It certainly makes everyone’s day easier."