Good Fruit & Vegetables
Opinion
In the whirlwind of life towards the end of the year, small things could get missed. Don't let them.
Ashley Walmsley
Christmas can be an atriously busy time so it's important to take stock of the little things and moments that might get missed, like knowing the name of the neighbour's dog. Picture Shutterstock
Horticulture couldn't shout any louder, yet the policy makers still seem hard of hearing.
Ashley Walmsley
It's hard to know if politicians are tuned in to the difficulties currently facing the horticulture industry. Picture Shutterstock
Long time farmers thinking of retiring to the city should do plenty of homework.
Dr Mike Walker
It can take a while to take in the peculariarities of a new residence in a new location. Picture Shutterstock
It seems odd the federal government would deny more outgoing trade options.
Ashley Walmsley
With Australian horticulture so reliant on exports, its critical all opportunities be explored. Picture Shutterstock
Those with their hands in the dirt could do with more public support.
Dr Mike Walker
Surveys show 64pc of Australian farmers are anxious about their work and life. Picture Shutterstock
Entering the last term of the year should prompt senior students to consider their next move.
Ashley Walmsley
Taking students to agriculture, or bringing agriculture to the classroom, will be vital to encouraging the next generation to embrace farming. Picture Shutterstock
A supportive school principal can be the difference between an ag program flourishing or floudering.
Dr Mike Walker
Children benefit from learning about agriculture, however, implementing that within a school environment is not a simple task. Picture Shutterstock

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