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Cherry cool chain research

Researchers at Agriculture Victoria look at new sensor and traceability technologies
Agriculture Victoria Research (AVR) demonstrate the benefits of using real-time data loggers and new sensor technologies to monitor the export cool chain. Minimising temperature fluctuations and streamlining the supply chain will improve the quality and consistency of Victorian grown cherries in South East Asian markets.

 

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Using smart trackers to monitor cherry exports

Monitoring ambient temperatures in export consignments for fresh cherries has never been easier, thanks to the development in real-time data loggers over the past five to ten years.

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2021 export workshops

Export workshops for new and experienced growers and packers will be held in June. Read more


April newsletter out now

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Read about export workshops, frost fans, legislation, IP and more


March Cherry newsletter out now

Read about the upcoming MRL workshops, export workshop and other industry news

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Big Victorian Harvest

Want to try something new this year and help take on the Big Victorian Harvest?
Seasonal farm work is available across regional Victoria.

For details about the $2,430 Seasonal Harvest Sign on Bonus and how to find your harvest job, head to agriculture.vic.gov.au/ big harvest


February newsletter out now

Export workshops, news, grants and more. Read it here


January Newsletter out now

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Cherry Picked: ABC Gardening Australia Christmas Special

Click "Read more/Find out more" to watch the show

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Agriculture Victoria Media Release: Keeping Our Agriculture Workers Moving

With the border between Victoria and New South Wales now closed to keep our state safe from ongoing coronavirus transmission, the Victorian Government is ensuring primary producers and agriculture workers can travel between states to undertake their important work.

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