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Using ethepon in macadamias

2020 | Australian Macadamia Society | Fact Sheet

The number of macadamia growers using ethephon (e.g. Ethrel) is increasing as they discover its benefits in shortening the harvest season and enabling better orchard management. Those experienced in successfully using ethephon caution that attention must be paid to a range of important factors. This fact sheet explains how ethephon works and outlines the latest information on using ethephon, based on grower experience and research in Australia and South Africa.

Macadamia physiology and nut quality (Feb/March 2020 MacGroup)

2020 | Penter M | Presentation

South African expert Mark Penter has completed extensive research on South African orchards during challenging climatic seasons and led numerous research trials to improve on-farm practices which directly impact kernel quality and post-harvest efficiency.

Ethepon in drought affected orchards (Feb/March 2020 MacGroup)

2020 | Penter M | Presentation

South African expert Mark Penter discusses the current climate changes facing the macadamia industry and the implications for agriculture for more broadly.

Award winning grower: Jason Klotz (Red Rock Macadamias, Bundaberg)

2018 | Australian Macadamia Society | Video

Interview with Bundaberg grower Jason Klotz (Red Rock Macadamias) - Winner, 2017 AMS State of Origin Awards - Highest Saleable Kernel Per Hectare - Large Farms.

Award winning grower: Scott Allcott (Macadamia Farm Management, Bundaberg)

2018 | Australian Macadamia Society | Video

Interview with Bundaberg grower Scott Allcott (Macadamia Farm Management) - Winner, 2017 AMS State of Origin Awards - Lowest Reject Kernel Recovery (Kg per Hectare) - Large Farms.

Award winning grower: Peter Fraser (Rosebank)

2018 | Australian Macadamia Society | Video

Interview with Northern Rivers grower Peter Fraser - Winner, 2017 AMS State of Origin Awards - Most Consistent NSW Orchard over 5 Seasons.

Award winning grower: Bruce & Pam Lilly (Beerwah)

2018 | Australian Macadamia Society | Video

Interview with Beerwah growers Bruce and Pam Lilly - Winner, 2017 AMS State of Origin Awards - Lowest Reject Kernel Recovery (Kg per Hectare) & Lowest Reject Kernel Recovery (% per Hectare).

Award winning grower: Garry Sheppard (Ozmac)

2018 | Australian Macadamia Society | Video

Interview with Gympie grower Gary Sheppard (Ozmac) - Winner, 2017 AMS State of Origin Awards -Lowest Reject Kernel Recovery (% per Hectare) - Large Farms & Most Consistent QLD Orchard over 5 Seasons.

On farm quality (Leoni Kojetin)

2018 | Australian Macadamia Society | Video

At AusMac2018, the industry's development manager Leoni Kojetin summarises the key things growers can focus on over the season and up to the delivery of their crop to processors that will make a measurable difference to the quality and the price they receive.

Post-harvest handling workshop (Kerry Sparke)

2018 | Australian Macadamia Society | Video

This practical AusMac2018 workshop presented by Kerry Sparke looks at proven post-harvest principles and explores the economic benefits of various methods of nut handling, dehusking, sorting and storage.

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