FGT & APAL will be hosting a combined Future Business workshop at Willie Smiths Apple Shed in Grove on Tuesday 25 February 2020. The first part of the workshop will help producers explore local, national and international apple production and export trends. Following this, the workshop will discuss opportunities to tackle rising insurance premium costs. Ticket prices are $20+GST/person, which includes lunch + tea & coffee. RSVP.
FGT & Berries Australia will be hosting a berry industry information day at Launceston's Tailrace Centre on Tuesday, 10 March 2019. Presenting on the day will be Klaas Plas (Berry Konsult) and Michael Gangi (EE Muir & Sons). Both presenters will share their insights into new and emerging berry varieties in Australia and Europe, advances in strawberry production systems, changes in IPM and pest management options for producers.
FGT and Berries Australia invite Tasmanian berry produces and other industry stakeholders to take part in a berry industry forum at Launceston's Tailrace Centre on Tuesday, 10 March 2020. The grower forum offers growers a chance to meet with fellow growers, share any issues impacting upon their businesses, and have their say on state and national strategic priorities across the berry sector. Entry for the event is free, with food and drinks provided.
VegNET Tasmania and Fruit Growers Tasmania present an important session on Farm Hygiene, Biosecurity Legislation and emerging threats. Guest speakers from Cesar, Biosecurity Tasmania (DPIPWE), AUSVEG and a farm tour of the South Pacific Seeds facility in Richmond. BBQ Dinner. RSVP.
FGT will be hosting a cherry industry information evening on Tuesday, 24 March 2020. Held at the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania, ticket prices are $20+GST/person, which includes dinner, tea & coffee. RSVP