Almond Centre of Excellence Committee Meeting, Loxton.. 27/28 Murray to Moyne Cycle Relay, Mildura to Port Fairy, Victoria.
Pollination Committee Meeting, via Zoom.
Plant Improvement Committee Meeting, Production Committee Meeting, Loxton and Zoom hybrid.
Market Development Commitee Meeting, ABA Board Meeting, Adelaide;
ABA Strategic Planning Day, Adelaide.
ABA Board Meeting, Adelaide.
*NOTE: Dates and meeting formats may change with COVID-19 restrictions in place. At time of publication, all international events have been ommitted due to uncertainty of dates.
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The ABA is the peak representative body for the Australian almond industry and as such addresses many issues that impact on all participants in the industry including growers, processors and marketers and those who supply inputs. These impacts can be positives such as free trade agreements or promotion to stimulate demand and hence prices or they can involve minimising negative situations such as food safety issues, market access problems, chemical registrations etc. The ABA develops and drives the implementation of the Australian industry’s strategic plan which is done to benefit all producers and other industry participants. The strategies involve building domestic and export markets, the key to strong grower returns and addressing a wide range of risks from the availability of production inputs to government policies that impact on costs and yields. These matters effect on the bottom lines of almond enterprises.
The ABA’s whole of industry strategies have been successful and have worked to ensure the large increases in production have been cleared. The ABA operates a number of activities that support industry and generate revenue to fund its operations and keep membership fees at a low and affordable cost. Being an ABA member provides crucial support for your industry body that we need and appreciate. A strong membership base provides added force in our representation of industry to government and in the wider community. Join the ABA today, in the knowledge you are assisting the industry and yourself to move forward as Australia’s most valuable horticultural industry.
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