Lindsay Point, Vic (via Renmark, SA) SPECIALISING IN QUALITY HULLING AND SHELLING
• Up to date, advanced, computerised equipment, using Satake electronic colour sorters. • Computerised product tracking and recording. • Catering for all producers, large and small. For enquiries contact: Mark Webber Ph: 08 8595 8080 Mob: 0429 807 315 e-mail: email@example.com
Primary Industries and Regions SA proudly supporting the production of premium almonds from our clean environment. Premium Food and Wine from our Clean Environment is one of the South Australian Government’s strategic and economic priorities. It seeks to secure the State’s position as a producer of premium food and wine from our clean water, clean air and clean soil and capitalise on the increasing global demand for premium products, including almonds. South Australia’s almond industry is a key and growing part of the State’s horticulture sector, with $98 million worth of almonds exported to countries including Germany, New Zealand and India in 2013-14. The almond industry brings significant regional economic benefits to the State, with the Riverland a major focus for the development of the modern Australian almond industry. Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA) continues to support the State’s almond industry in a range of ways. The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) delivers directly applicable solutions and advanced technologies for the almond industry, including water resources and irrigation, climate applications, pests and diseases, food safety and innovation and variety evaluation. The Agriculture, Food and Wine division assists the almond industry to explore potential trade, export and investment opportunities. Through its grant programs Regions SA has supported recent major developments in the almond industry, and the transformation of the Loxton Research Centre will realise our vision of a vibrant new centre for innovative research and collaboration in the Riverland.This initiative is part of the $265 million South Australian River Murray Sustainability program (SARMS) funded by the Australian Government and delivered by PIRSA.
Murray valley pruners Suppliers of trained staff with many years horticultural experience. If we can assist your property’s tree or vine canopy management program, contact our Riverland representative Don Matulick. • Pole saw pruning • Planting & staking young trees • Placement of tree guards • Feathering young trees (Spring) • Summer pruning • Sucker removal from vines Mobile: 0408 966 974 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out how PIRSA can help you contact Agriculture Food and Wine Division Director Justin Ross on (08) 8226 8157.