2014 cherry conference

 

Five Key Steps to Cherry Profits

The 2014 Annual Victorian Cherry Conference was held at the Yarra Valley Lodge, Chirnside Park, Victoria, on 13 & 14 March.

For a copy of the program click HERE, or on the attachment below.

International and Australian industry experts presented topics that influence profitability including: *Yield *Packout *Maximising Labour Output *Pollination *Chill *Climate Variability *Consistent Cropping.

Below are presentations from the conference

  • Andrew Smith: CGA report
    Andrew Smith: CGA report

    Download Andrew's report below.

  • Graham Fleming: Varieties-chill requirements
    Graham Fleming: Varieties-chill requirements

    Download Graham's presentation below.

  • Marcel Veens: Root pruning vs Cultar
    Marcel Veens: Root pruning vs Cultar

    Download Marcel's presentation below.

  • Mark Goodwin: cherry pollination
    Mark Goodwin: cherry pollination

    View Mark's video below. (Please note it is about 40Mb.)

  • Phil Webley: China cherry overview and market access
    Phil Webley: China cherry overview and market access

    Download Phil Webley's report below.

     
  • Rebecca Darbyshire: 2013 a chilling year
    Rebecca Darbyshire: 2013 a chilling year

    Download Rebecca's presentation below.

  • Season in review: 2014 report

    Download the report below.

  • Stephen Riseborough: IAC presenation
    Stephen Riseborough: IAC presenation

    Download Stephen Riseborough's presentation below.

  • Steven Chapman: The future for cherry growers
    Steven Chapman: The future for cherry growers

    Download Steve Chapman's presentation below.

  • Sumitomo: ReTain - an aid in improving fruit set
    Sumitomo: ReTain - an aid in improving fruit set

    Download the article below.

  • VCA: 2014 conference report

    Download the report below

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