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Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria

Mail Box 111,
Melbourne Markets

542 Footscray Rd,
West Melbourne, VIC, 3003

Tel: 03 9687-4707
Fax: 03 9687-4723
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Latest newsletters
Fenthion Decision

Most products containing the chemical FENTHION are now cancelled bringing to a close the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines... Go to newsletter.

Annual General Meeting 2014

Congratulations to David Wallace who was re-elected as President of the Vegetable Growers Association of Victoria at the Annual... Go to newsletter.

New Appointments at AUSVEG

AUSVEG is pleased to welcome Dr Jessica Lye on board as Biosecurity and Special Projects Officer and Scott Kwasny as Minor Use... Go to newsletter.

Award for Richard Bennett

Richard Bennett, Technology Manager with PMA Australia and New Zealand, has been awarded the Ross Peters Memorial Award for Excellence... Go to newsletter.

Most recent videos

50 seconds Vegetable grower Paul Gazzola talks about how he controls insect... Go to video.

50 seconds Vegetable Grower Peter Schreurs describes his passion for... Go to video.

38 seconds Agronomist Stuart Grigg describes the natural approach... Go to video.

04:14 minutes Specialised and skilled roles within the vegetable industry... Go to video.

02:32 minutes Vegetable farming now requires management of the environment,... Go to video.

07:42 minutes   Two years on, Peter Schreurs... Go to video.

03:21 minutes    Darren Schreurs tells... Go to video.

07:11 minutes   Part 2 of the Lettuce IPM... Go to video.

Latest Research and Development PDFs
Broccoli Export Seminar

In June 2014, Trade and Investment Queensland held a "Broccoli to Japan" seminar in Cairns, Qld in conjunction with the AusVeg... Read more.

Strategies for Control of Root Rot in Apiaceae Crops

The Apiaceae vegetables, such as parsley, coriander, parsnip and carrot, are prone to root rots, cankers and cavity spot diseases... Read more.

Summer Root Rot in Parsley

This report addresses recent industry concerns over the development of summer root rot in parsley. Previous work on parsley root... Read more.

VG09086 Evaluation of Vegetable Washing

This report presents the key findings and a summary of the work conducted in Victoria by the project team to evaluate various wash... Read more.

Lettuce Anthracnose Management

Lettuce anthracnose is an intermittent disease in Australia, driven mainly by extended periods of wet weather, particularly... Read more.

Parsnip Variety Trials

These field-day notes report on a Parsnip variety trial, conducted from June to December 2011, in the Cranbourne area. Previous... Read more.

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Promoting the Health Benefits of Vegetables

Two Veggycation workshops, communicating the health benefits of vegetables, were held in Victoria during September and attended by growers, wholesalers,... Read more...

September 2014

"Is there a future in this industry?" That seems to be my most-received question. Where are we headed? High input costs, regulations at the Federal, State and council levels, changing trends... Go to this VGA magazine.

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