17 & 18 July • New chemistry in table grapes session

Sunraysia producers have a chance to get some detailed informed about new chemistry in table grapes next month.

The Australian Table Grape Association will host two sessions in Mildura and Robinvale/Euston for producers to learn about upcoming chemistry as well as products currently under review.

Over breakfast, we will get down to the detail with Bayer, Corteva, Nufarm, Sumitomo and Syngenta.


8–9.30am, Wednesday 17 July
Mildura Band Hall
(99 Eighth St)

8–9.30am, Thursday 18 July
Euston Community Centre
(Euston Recreation Ground)

RSVP to Karen Connolly by email or by phone on 0407 233 899.



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