Vine magazine • May 2024

The May to July edition of the Vine magazine is out now!

In this edition, our cover story explores the campaign highlights from the 2023/24 Table Grape International Marketing Program.

In 2023/24, the Australian Table Grape Association delivered an industry-led marketing program, funded by Hort Innovation using the table grape marketing levies. The cover story looks at the evolution of the Australian Grapes branding used during the campaign, what the program set out to achieve, and some market highlights.

We also take a look – region by region – how growers fared across the country this season, and look at the importance of maximising postharvest carbohydrate storage.

We hear from Agriculture Victoria on a new program designed to help horticultural producers understand their carbon emissions, and we look at some standout moments from the last 20 years of the Vine.

All that, and more, in the May to July edition of the Vine, now available.



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