Vine magazine • February 2023

The newest Vine magazine is out now!

In the February to April 2023 edition of the Vine:

  • Traceability pilot’s global recognition
  • Reducing uncertainty in chemical use
  • ATGA news: CEO & extension updates
  • Hold firm and harvest right: Maturity project’s final season
  • Sharing the load: the importance of reaching out
  • Quality matters: Understanding quality assurance and food safety programs
  • Running a tight ship: shipping update from Port of Melbourne
  • Monitoring key to prevent Qfly
  • Marketing: driving awareness for Australian grapes
  • Profile: Bill Avery

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