Pick of the Bunch • 9 September 2021

In this Pick of the Bunch, we take a look at the Victorian Government announcement to extend its quarantine pathway with Tasmania, explore some export and trade news – including a new traceability pilot for table grapes, IFAM extension, and pest and disease monitoring requirements for the 2021/2022 season – and much more.



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