Diverse varieties, new methods drive Riverland citrus revival

November 6 2018 - 5:00am
INSPECTION: Belinda and David Arnold, together with Bayer Commercial sales representative, Darren Alexander, take a closer look at the quality of Wahington Navel oranges on the family’s property near Ramco in the Riverland.
INSPECTION: Belinda and David Arnold, together with Bayer Commercial sales representative, Darren Alexander, take a closer look at the quality of Wahington Navel oranges on the family’s property near Ramco in the Riverland.

WHEN their citrus returns only covered the cost of production in 2011-12, the Arnold family let fruit fall from the trees at their Riverland orchard in South Australia, however the adoption of a range of citrus crops and new management methods has since led a business revival.

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