The RHS is to let garden designers and nurseries know whether they can use high-risk Xylella host plants in the next few weeks, with olives, lavender, rosemary and other plants in the firing line. The RHS said it would not publish its policy until it sends out garden allocation letter
By Gary Scattergood+, 25-Sep-2017 Supplement and food firms operating in China’s booming cross border e-commerce market have been buoyed by a year-long extension of the existing trade laws, which were due to be replaced on January 1.
Growers and processors are invited to attend the 2017 National Olive Industry Conference and Trade Exhibition, to be held in Adelaide across 10-11 October. Key sessions will span a range of topics important to the future of the olive sector, including trends in food and nutrition, eco
While the increasing uptake of integrated pest management is modifying the use of pesticides across the olive industry, there remains a need for the strategic, effective use of chemicals. Through the industry’s Olive industry minor use program (OL16000) – a strategic levy project unde
A new benchmarking project is working to ensure Australian olive growers have easy access to clear, relevant industry information around productivity, quality and profitability. The project, Australian olive industry benchmarking (OL16001) – a strategic levy investment under the Hort
Back to basics – what is the olive levy, how it is invested and why it is important to have your voice heard on future industry investments? Agricultural levies are set by the Australian Government at the request of industry in order to collectively fund R&D, biosecurity, r
Entries are open for the inaugural Australian International Olive Awards, Australia’s first and only global olive competition. Replacing the Australian National Olive Competition, the AOA’s annual competition this year becomes an international event, including oil and table oliv