Good Fruit & Vegetables
Tasmania's geographical location could give it an edge in wine.
Dr Mike Walker
Tasmania's geographic location gives it big potential as a wine-growing region, however logistics may prove a hinderance. File picture
A decade ago, the Voice of Horticulture was launched. Four years later, it had fallen silent.
Ashley Walmsley
The Voice of Horticulture appeared to die a quiet death in 2018, bringing to an end yet another horticulture lobby group. Picture by Shutterstock
Onions have so many uses and Tasmania just happens to grow the best.
Dr Mike Walker
The humble onion boasts a range of beneficial medicinal, and culinary, attributes. File picture
As cringe as it might be at times, the TV show Farmer Wants a Wife could hold promotional potential for Aussie agriculture.
Ashley Walmsley
The lead actors in Farmer Wants a Wife, (L-R) Farmers Tom, Bert, Joe, Dustin and Dean. The show could be used as a postcard for Aussie agriculture. Picture supplied
For opposing parties, there are benefits in getting to a table and sorting it out.
Dr Mike Walker
Divisions can often be overcome when both parties agree to sit down at the same table and discuss differences and a way forward. Picture by Shutterstock
There's been plenty of steam leading up to and during the senate committee inquiry into supermarket pricing but will any meaningful change come out of it?
Ashley Walmsley
Hopes pinned on inquiry's results | OPINION
Superficiality always wins and it's not the sole fault of big business.
Garry Linnell
Acneous prepubescent pears. Picture by Chloe Hope
Another year does not necessarily mean the pressures of last year have vanished.
Ashley Walmsley
The exterior may not always relay deeper concerns within for many rural producers. Picture Shutterstock

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