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Export registration opens

The Australian table grape export registration system is now open.

CEO Jeff Scott opened export registration last week, and growers can read the Industry Advice Notice (IAN) here.

Growers and exporters with existing TG numbers would have received a notification from the system to commence registration, but all growers wishing to register for the first time should contact Jeff to set up a TG number and profile.

More information and housekeeping matters are available here.

To begin your registration, visit the export registration site.

Growers must have their crop monitor (at least one, but may be more) complete the 2021 Tocal College crop monitoring course

Registrations close 5pm Friday 27 August 2021.

Planned export registration sessions have been cancelled due to Covid-19 restrictions, however Jeff is available to provide assistance to applicants on 0417 122 086 or email.

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