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Lapins pruning demonstration

Simon Rouget from Koala Orchards gives a Lapin pruning demonstration (video)

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Harvest to Home data insights

Gi Lee from Nielsen presents the latest "Harvest to Home" data insights on domestic consumption

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Cropload management

Professor Matt Whiting from Washington State University talks about how to manage crop load at the recent Export Workshop

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Crop estimation and management

Mike Omeg from Orchard View Cherries talks about production forecasting and cropload management at the recent Export Workshop.

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Cherry dowel pruning method

This short video from Cherryhill explains the dowel pruning method

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Preventing overcropping

Steve Chapman explains how to count buds and prune to prevent overcropping

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2020 Cherry Export Workshop

Export registration for cherries is open until the 31st of July

After much deliberation, the export workshop will be delivered via webinar over two half-days this year.  Two sessions will be run with some additional opt in content for Korea and China.  You must attend both sessions to be export registered for the protocol markets of Korea, China, Thailand and Taiwan from the mainland.

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2020-21 - Horticulture Exports Program – Applications for the export of cherries to protocol markets

The DAWE Industry Advice Notice (IAN) is to advise industry that applications are now open for the accreditation of farms and packhouses, and registration of treatment facilities to export cherries to protocol markets for the 2020–21 season.

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Cherry exports grow in pre-coronavirus market

CGA President Tom Eastlake talks to 2GB rural editor Eddie Summerfield about the export season, and what planning looks like for next season

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Prime Minister asking visitors to go home "counterproductive" for horticultural industry (The Land)

Horticultural industry leaders are urging backpackers not to go home.

Cherry Growers Association president, Tom Eastlake, said it was important to keep as many overseas workers in the country as possible to support picking and packing operations.

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