Vine magazine • November 2023

This edition takes a look at the rise of protected cropping in table grapes. We unveil more information about the Table Grape International Marketing Program, which will be delivered by the ATGA this export season, and put a spotlight on the program’s consultant project manager Jesse White.

We examine how to manage labour mobility risks, explore UV-C as a treatment option for powdery mildew and grapevine diseases, and delve into the impact of chilli thrips on Western Australian table grape vineyards. 

Finally, we hear from the ATGA CEO, chair and industry development team on new projects and industry progress.



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