Vine magazine • November 2022

Inside our November to January edition of the Vine, we take a look at the table grape traceability pilot – from beginning to end!

Several profiles of respected industry members feature.

We reflect on the board career of Nick Muraca and the integral role he has played in the development of the ATGA and in pushing for market access, following his retirement from the board.

A tribute to industry stalwart Ian Cameron by Colin Gordon of the Western Australian Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development speaks of a pillar of industry who was “second to none”.

Dried Fruits Australia profiles table and dried grape grower Angie Panagiotaros.

We hear from the maturity project team about the importance of sampling this season, and some changes to the maturity testing procedures.

We share some ATGA CEO, Chair and industry development team, and project highlights for our table grape communications program, biosecurity updates and much more.



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