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Macadamia Plant Protection Guide 2019-20, NSW DPI Management Guide

2019 | Bright J | Manual/guide

This 5th edition of the NSW Macadamia plant protection guide, produced by the NSW DPI, is AVAILABLE NOW and aims to provide commercial macadamia growers with up-to-date information on all aspects of protecting your orchard from pests and diseases.

Macadamia Plant Protection Guide 2018-19, NSW DPI Management Guide

2018 | Bright J | Manual/guide

This 4th edition of the NSW Macadamia plant protection guide will follow closely to the original format as seen last year. it provides up-to-date information on all aspects of protecting your orchard from pests and diseases.

Holistic management the key to Koolboo production

2017 | Anon | Case Study

Bundaberg Sugar has four orchards in the Bundaberg region totalling 330 ha. In the last four years, it has increased production on its Koolboo macadamia orchard from 175 t in 2013 to 480 t in 2016. Last year’s result was significant in that it tipped production over 5.4 t NIS/ha and over 2 t SK/ha. Sean Cox describes his management strategies that are contributing to this production growth.

Abandoned orchard becomes one of NSW’s top producers

2017 | Commens R | Case Study

Phil and Nicki Primrose bought their already established orchard at Woodford Island in mid-2009, and started work on it in 2011. The orchard was run down – it had not been harvested for the previous three years and no orchard improvement works such as fertilising, pruning or composting had been done. They took the orchard from this state to being one of the highest producing orchards in NSW in the 2014 season. This case study describes the management decisions taken in rejuvenating the property.

Careful management promotes excellence on non-traditional orchard site

2017 | Commens R | Case Study

Stewart and Salina Edmonds describe their approach to managing their Caniaba macadamia orchard.

Foundation for reducing rejects laid before harvest

2017 | Anon | Case Study

In the 2016 Macadamia State of Origin awards, Bundaberg’s Red Rock Macadamias took out the gong for the lowest level of rejects (54 kg/ha) in the Large Grower category. Given that 2016 was a difficult year for quality in the region, owner Jason Klotz was surprised that he was able to achieve such a low level of rejects. The main focus has been soil health, nutrients and soil moisture as we judged those to be the priorities.

IOM program in northern rivers increases yield after just one year

2017 | Johnstone B, Bright J, Currey A | Case Study

An integrated orchard management (IOM) program being implemented on the Nicol family orchard in the Northern Rivers has borne fruit after just a year. In this article, orchard manager Bill Johnstone describes the key aspects of the IOM program.

Macadamia Integrated Orchard Management Drainage 2017

2017 | Bright J, Alt S, Howard B, Langfield K | Manual/guide

This toolkit, Integrated Orchard Management Drainage, is a companion to the Macadamia Integrated Orchard Management Practice Guide 2016, and Macadamia Integrated Orchard Management Case Studies 2016.

Macadamia Plant Protection Guide 2016–17, NSW DPI Management Guide

2017 | Bright J | Manual/guide

This 3rd edition of the NSW Macadamia Plant Protection Guide provides up-to-date information on all aspects of protecting your orchard from pests and diseases. This edition is available through the NSW Department of Primary Industries website in a portable document format (pdf).

Case study on three orchards who have increased production, improved orchard health and reduce erosion using IOM

2016 | Alt S, Bright J | Case Study

Scott Allcott and Dave Harris from Macadamia Farm Management, Noel Paine and Warren and Beverley Phelps describe their approach to IOM and the results achieved on their macadamia orchards.

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