They may be competitors on the world stage, but oilseed producers from across the globe will meet in Sydney to discuss trade issues borne out of a number of key geopolitical changes, including international leadership and Brexit, experienced over the last 12 months.
Research examining how Australian farmers can capitalise on opportunities to supply overseas markets will take centre stage at the Food Geographical Indications (GIs), Agriculture and Free Trade Agreements forum at Bond University, Friday 16 June 2017.
The opportunities for the Australian red meat industry from 3D printing technology will be a key focus of the upcoming 3D Food Printing Conference Asia-Pacific, to be held at Monash University, Melbourne, next Tuesday, 2 May 2017.
Three-dimensional (3D) food printing will be the focus of a major conference to be held in Melbourne on 2 May 2017, particularly the opportunities this technology has for the red meat sector.
The 2017 International Temperate Rice Conference, held in Griffith NSW, has highlighted the importance of ongoing collaboration between the world’s rice growers, scientists and researchers to sustain the global rice industry.
NSW horticulture industries can be protected with release of the latest Orchard plant protection guide for deciduous fruits in NSW, aimed to assist growers to safeguard their valuable orchards and increase production.
A group of export-ready vegetable growers will be flying the flag for the Australian industry at Asia Fruit Logistica, the continent’s leading trade show for the international fresh fruit and vegetable business, which will be held in Hong Kong from 7-9 September 2016.
Almost 200 horticulture industry participants and representatives – from growers to industry bodies, government and exporters – are arriving in Hong Kong with one message: The Australian horticulture sector is open for business.