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The Australian Mango Industry Association (AMIA) is pleased to announce that the International Market Access Assessment ...
23/12/2022

The Australian Mango Industry Association (AMIA) is pleased to announce that the International Market Access Assessment Panel (IMAAP) has supported its market improvement and access applications for mango exports to the USA and India using irradiation pathways. Both applications will now enter the country-specific pool and await the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry’s potential prioritisation for international trade negotiation.

To read the full media release visit: https://www.industry.mangoes.net.au/detail-News.php?Success-for-Australian-Mangoes-in-Export-Market-Access-Applications-4

23/12/2022
Last week the AMIA team travelled to Western Australia to deliver the pre-season roadshows in Carnarvon and Gingin and m...
19/12/2022

Last week the AMIA team travelled to Western Australia to deliver the pre-season roadshows in Carnarvon and Gingin and meet with the local growers - a long-awaited trip as state borders are finally open again.

Thank you to all our attendees and presenters, and to Northern Valley Packers and the Carnarvon Research Station for hosting two successful events.

Looking good!
14/12/2022

Looking good!

The Big Mango is ripe again! Thank you to Martin from Gwada Murals for repainting our iconic attraction.

The AMIA is excited for a big week in WA, kicking off with our Carnarvon roadshow on Tuesday, followed by our Gingin roa...
11/12/2022

The AMIA is excited for a big week in WA, kicking off with our Carnarvon roadshow on Tuesday, followed by our Gingin roadshow on Thursday. Hope to see you there!

Awesome to be celebrating 40 years!
04/12/2022

Awesome to be celebrating 40 years!

24/11/2022

Join Fair Farms' engagement officer Donna Mogg for this webinar - Wednesday, 30/11 at 12PM - as she tackles some of the more daunting topics leading into the festive season and takes a look at what's in store for the 2023 Fair Farms calendar. In this half-hour session Donna will run through best preparation practices for Christmas parties, substitution of public holidays and wage rates and take a look at the 2023 Fair Farms calendar of events. Register here: https://lnkd.in/gRgXFmn5

21/11/2022

✨ IN STORE NOW ✨
Perfection Fresh is thrilled to announce the launch of Scarlet Delight® Mango​. It is exceptionally rich, with a sweet taste and has a smooth, buttery texture. 🥭
It is currently available for a short time at selected Woolworths stores or you can head to an independent retailer now!
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Read more here 👉 https://bit.ly/3tA8C4G.
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Great couple of days at our roadshows in SEQ. Thank you to all those who attended and presented over the two days. A spe...
18/11/2022

Great couple of days at our roadshows in SEQ. Thank you to all those who attended and presented over the two days. A special thanks to Groves Grown Tropical Fruit and Makhoma Farms for hosting.
Growcom Australia
E.E. Muir & Sons Pty. Ltd.
Aussie Frozen Fruit
Harvest Trail Information Service
MADEC Harvest Trail Services Wide Bay QLD

Performing some dry matter testing at Rocky Creek Orchards, getting ready for picking!
15/11/2022

Performing some dry matter testing at Rocky Creek Orchards, getting ready for picking!

Our SEQ roadshows are coming up in Rockhampton (Tues 15th Nov) and Bundaberg (Wed 16th Nov). For more details, visit our...
03/11/2022

Our SEQ roadshows are coming up in Rockhampton (Tues 15th Nov) and Bundaberg (Wed 16th Nov). For more details, visit our events page: https://www.industry.mangoes.net.au/news-events/events/
Don't forget to RSVP to Paige!
Growcom Australia
Aussie Frozen Fruit
E.E. Muir & Sons Pty. Ltd.
Hort Innovation

Timeline photos
02/11/2022

Timeline photos

📣ATTENTION📣 Queensland Agriculture has issued a Movement Control Order Notice for polyphagous shot-hole borer (PSHB) and its carriers. PSHB is an exotic pest that was recently detected in WA. Restrictions apply to wood, living plants and wood machinery coming into Queensland from WA. Read more: https://bit.ly/3DpRdjI

01/11/2022
Photos from NT Farmers Association's post
31/10/2022

Photos from NT Farmers Association's post

If you are in the Darwin area, make sure you join in the fun, supporting Aussie farmers and hospitality venues in the NT...
24/10/2022

If you are in the Darwin area, make sure you join in the fun, supporting Aussie farmers and hospitality venues in the NT https://mangocup.nt.gov.au/

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Great footage captured at the auto-harvester demonstration in Katherine.Thanks to Professor Kerry Walsh, CQUniversity Au...
13/10/2022
Auto-Harvester Demonstration

Great footage captured at the auto-harvester demonstration in Katherine.
Thanks to Professor Kerry Walsh, CQUniversity Australia & Niceforo Farms Pty Ltd

This is an exciting glimpse into the future of the mango industry, with a demonstration of the auto-harvester. We would like to thank Prof. Kerry Walsh and h...

Watch the promo video for the upcoming DAF Mango Field Walk on Thursday 20th October
11/10/2022
Field walk

Watch the promo video for the upcoming DAF Mango Field Walk on Thursday 20th October

You’re invited to DAF’s Mango Field Walk showcasing the trellis and high density mango planting systems trial at Walkami...
09/10/2022

You’re invited to DAF’s Mango Field Walk showcasing the trellis and high density mango planting systems trial at Walkamin Research Station.
Tour the block and hear from Department of Agriculture and Fisheries’ researchers: Ian Bally, Ryan Orr & Geoff Dickinson as they discuss the different canopy management strategies being trialled and latest productivity data from the block.
There will also be guest presenters from the University of Queensland!
Date: Thursday 20th of October
Time: 9am – 11.30 am
Location: Meet at Walkamin Research Station to sign in and walk through footbath. Please wear enclosed footwear.
RSVP via this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc9ZexpYZa6LE704bFC-CXOpA-iqgxxyRjT6CdRFW2h_lFASw/viewform or reach out to [email protected] or 0476 528 302 by Friday 14th of October for catering.

Queensland Agriculture
Hort Innovation
Plant & Food Research
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
The University of Queensland
Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation

My Mango is out now: https://www.industry.mangoes.net.au/news-events/my-mango/ 🥭If you are in Katherine, check out the f...
04/10/2022

My Mango is out now: https://www.industry.mangoes.net.au/news-events/my-mango/
🥭If you are in Katherine, check out the field demonstration of auto-harvester on Thursday.
CQUniversity Australia
Hort Innovation
Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry
University of New England, AU
Northern Territory Government
Queensland Government

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The Australian Mango Industry Association (AMIA) is the peak industry body for the Australian mango industry. We were established in 2000 after mango growers and allied businesses identified the need for a strong and united industry.

Our aim is to represent the interests of our members and promote the growth and development of the industry to ensure its long term sustainability. We work closely with Hort Innovation and a range of other organisations, including Government and commercial businesses, to achieve this aim. Our members include mango growers, wholesalers, processors and associated businesses. Our activities are predominantly funded through membership fees and provision of services to industry.

We are a ‘not-for-profit’ company limited by guarantee and comply with the rules of the Australian Securities Investment Commission.

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The first edition of "A better Choice" magazine is out now! Check out pages 28 and 74, which feature articles about local mango grower, Marto's Mangoes, and North Qld's growing region. There are also some fantastic recipes to try over the festive season! 🥭🎄

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📅 Wednesday 19 October
⏰ 5:30pm - 7pm
📌 The Deck Bar

Join us for an industry networking night over canapes and drinks through our EXCITED 4 Careers in Agriculture program.

We invite industry professionals, teachers, parents and careers advisors to enjoy a casual evening networking. Share your own career in the local mango and horticulture industry - or learn more about the diverse careers on offer.

Register today at bit.ly/EXCITED4Mangoes

CQUniversity Australia • CQUni Agriculture • NT Farmers Association • NT Quail Mango Farm • National Association of Agricultural Educators NAAE, Australia • Australian Science Teachers Association • Australian Mangoes • NT Quail Mango Farm
The "Water Productivity, efficiency and sustainability in tropical horticulture" research project has established sites within existing commercial production systems to use cutting-edge soil moisture monitoring and interpretation irrigation technology and scheduling programs to determine optimum irrigation inputs for key horticultural crops in the tropics.

Learn more here: https://crcna.com.au/research/projects/water-productivity-efficiency-and-sustainability-tropical-horticulture

Project partners: CRCNA // INPEX Australia // Power and Water // Territory NRM // AUSVEG // Australian Mangoes // Industry Northern Territory
📣 Darwin Teachers & Careers Advisors join us for a free horticulture Teacher PD session on Wednesday 19 October at NADO with NT Farmers Association.

This PD session will explore our new EXCITED 4 Careers in Agriculture program including hands-on curriculum aligned activities designed to showcase the diverse careers in the local mango industry.

Register today at bit.ly/EXCITED4Mangoes

CQUniversity Australia • CQUni Agriculture • NT Farmers Association • Australian Mangoes • National Association of Agricultural Educators NAAE, Australia • Australian Science Teachers Association
Growcom's Resilience Team has been busy with presentations at the Australian Mangoes Field Day in Mutchilba, NT Farmers Association Food Futures Roadshow in Mareeba and Queensland Agriculture Building Business Resilience workshop in Capella - and it's only Tuesday!

Through the Farm Business Resilience Program Growcom is assisting horticultural growers to be more resilient, profitable, and better prepared for drought and our ever-changing climate.

Using Growcom’s best management practice program, Hort360, Growcom’s Resilience Facilitators are assisting businesses to assess their current management practices to identify risks, solutions and actions that can build resilience and profitability over the longer term. Growcom has streamlined the process with the development of a Farm Business Resilience Module, risk report and farm business resilience planning template all housed within Hort360.

Contact your local Resilience Facilitator today: https://www.growcom.com.au/portfolio/fbrp-horticulture/
Who doesn’t love a juicy, ripe mango ? But what will climate change mean for this Aussie fave? can tell us!

Mangoes are the Northern Territory’s (NT’s) largest horticultural crop. Mango production depends on flowering of mango trees, which is sensitive to minimum and maximum temperatures at critical times in the growing season. High daytime temperatures in particular can inhibit flowering, resulting in a lot less fruit.

Working with the NT Government, the National Environmental Science Program’s (NESP’s) Climate Systems Hub determined changes to these temperature thresholds across NT’s growing regions under a changing climate.

With this information, the industry can make more informed planning decisions about mango production, including viable mango varieties and growing regions.

Sink your teeth into more science to inform climate adaptation solutions for Australia https://fal.cn/3r9AU

Climate Systems Hub CSIRO Industry Northern Territory Australian Mangoes

Climate change is likely to result in a future decline in conditions suitable for triggering mango flowering in some Northern Territory regions.

📷 NESP
Who doesn’t love a juicy, ripe mango ? But what will climate change mean for this Aussie fave? can tell us!

Mangoes are the Northern Territory’s (NT’s) largest horticultural crop. Mango production depends on flowering of mango trees, which is sensitive to minimum and maximum temperatures at critical times in the growing season. High daytime temperatures in particular can inhibit flowering, resulting in a lot less fruit.

Working with the NT Government, the National Environmental Science Program’s (NESP’s) Climate Systems Hub determined changes to these temperature thresholds across NT’s growing regions under a changing climate.

With this information, the industry can make more informed planning decisions about mango production, including viable mango varieties and growing regions.

Sink your teeth into more science to inform climate adaptation solutions for Australia https://fal.cn/3r9AU

Climate Systems Hub CSIRO Industry Northern Territory Australian Mangoes

Climate change is likely to result in a future decline in conditions suitable for triggering mango flowering in some Northern Territory regions.

📷 NESP
We’re here at the FNQ Growers R& D Field Day alongside some amazing stall holders including Australian Mangoes & Mareeba Shire Council.

Come and have a chat to Jess and Ebony about introducing regenerative solutions to your growing practices 🌱

A special thanks to Mick from Radio 4AM North Queensland for the chat too 📻
Why can’t they develop a Mango to have a seed in it like an Avocado easy to eat and not as much waste...I’m just asking?!?!
Aussie mango growers, or mango lovers' elves, are busily working behind the scenes to deliver more than 8 million trays this season. Grab a tea towel and tuck it in the neck of your shirt, because we have some eating to do. Australian Mangoes
A three-year trial using satellite imagery to predict mango yields in the Northern Territory is winding up this harvest. The satellite images were taken at different times to analyse growth and to calculate how productive the harvest might be.

The information provided from satellite imagery was also used by growers to make decisions around logistics, equipment, packing, storage, transport, and product sales.

https://www.freshplaza.com/article/9357608/satellites-aid-northern-territory-mango-growers/

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How firm is your avocado? 🥑

The firmness of avocado fruit is often the most reliable and simplest test of ripeness, and it can tell us when they’re ready to eat.

Under good ripening conditions, changes in firmness and fruit sugars are synchronised so that the fruit have good texture and flavour when they’re soft enough to smash-up for guacamole.

Learn how avocado firmness is measured through supply chains in our September Supply Chain Innovation news: https://bit.ly/3zRdRys

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Exciting news!

My client in the Blue Mountains reports that the first Aussie Mangoes / Australian Mangoes of the season are in the supermarkets already. :D 🥭
CRCNA 's Transforming Mango Futures project is developing intensive mango management models including high-density and trellis growing systems and the incorporation of mechanisation and robotics to help drive mango sales here and across Asia http://ow.ly/kQFc50DmWjV

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Becoming Fair Farms certified in the Northern Territory. Fair Farms Arnhem Mangoes Australian Mangoes Seasonal Worker Programme
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