Stories in: Horticulture
PRECARIOUSLY balancing on the top of a ladder, Gamila MacRury pauses midway through picking olives. It is harvest time – she hopes to ferment more…
IAN and Marilyn Lanyon epitomise successful farming. Unlike many, they have embraced change at every opportunity – chosen to diversify, to grow and to adapt….
IN 2016, Nina and Andrew Meiers planted 3500 blueberries, 15,000 strawberries and 600 raspberry canes at their new farm in Barjarg – their hearts set…
THE Mornington Peninsula branch of the VFF has formally asked the Shire to employ two officers to protect agricultural land in the Green Wedge.
A LITTLE over a year and a half ago, Gippsland potato farmers Olivia and George Lineham took 10 cows, and a 50-year-old dairy, and started…
ALTHOUGH Colin Carter grew up in Doncaster, his uncle and aunty had a farm in Digger’s Rest where he would spend all of his time…
Total Ag Solutions is bringing Kubota’s new line up of Kubota-branded tillage, seeding and crop care machines to Agfest this year. Source: The ExaminerVisitors to…
At just 43 years of age, the Victorian farmer, Wayne Lording, has a list of career achievements longer than most people twice his age.
AGRICULTURE Victoria believes there remains a high likelihood chestnut blight will be considered eradicated within the next two years, provided no new detections are made.
Since taking over the orchard last season from her parents, Jessee Schulz Dahlenburg and her partner Stefan Heintjes have revamped the family’s Eldorado cherry business.
NORTH East Victorian wine producers have welcomed the federal government’s changes to the Wine Equalisation Tax rebate (WET).
STAYING true to the Italian brand has helped Pizzini Wines win the favour of judges at the 2016 RACV Victorian Tourism Awards.
RECENT rains along with sunny days and cool nights have King Valley vignerons expecting another top harvest next year.
BREWERS from across the High Country converged at Dinner Plain on Wednesday for their fourth annual collaborative brewing day.
A SHORTAGE of natural feed and difficulty finding an agistment property led Greg Collins to sell 44 black angus shorthorn cross weaners.
LOCAL politicians will take vignerons’ reactions over calls to change the nation’s wine tax system to government