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National Tree Crop Intensification in Horticulture Program (March 2021 MacGroup, Bundaberg QLD, video)

2021 | Wilkie J | Video

Dr. John Wilkie of DAFQ provided MacGroup attendees in Bundaberg an update on the project including the overall aim, key learnings thus far and the macadamia planting systems trials phases 1 and 2.

National Tree Crop Intensification in Horticulture Program (March 2021 MacGroup, Bundaberg QLD)

2021 | Wilkie J | Presentation

Dr. John Wilkie of DAFQ provided MacGroup attendees in Bundaberg an update on the project including the overall aim, key learnings thus far and the macadamia planting systems trials phases 1 and 2.

MCT1: New elite macadamia variety

2020 | Bond D | Fact Sheet

MCT1 is a high yielding, elite variety protected under the Plant Breeders Rights Act. Released in 2017, it has been widely adopted throughout Australia’s macadamia growing regions with over 100 000 MCT1 trees ordered from licenced nurseries since its release.

MCT1: Licensed nurseries (October 2020)

2020 | Bond D | Fact Sheet

MCT1 is a high-performing new macadamia variety, described in AMS Factsheet MCT1: New Elite Macadamia Variety. MCT1 is protected under the Plant Breeder Rights Act and is only available from licensed nurseries to commercial growers. This fact sheet lists the nurseries licensed to produce the new elite variety.

MCT1: Licensed nurseries (July 2020)

2020 | Bond D | Fact Sheet

MCT1 is a high-performing new macadamia variety, described in AMS Factsheet MCT1: New Elite Macadamia Variety. MCT1 is protected under the Plant Breeder Rights Act and is only available from licensed nurseries to commercial growers. This fact sheet lists the nurseries licensed to produce the new elite variety.

New nursery tree standards

2019 | Australian Macadamia Society | Fact Sheet

A research project to develop a macadamia industry tree stock standard has identified 11 key characteristics to look for when buying tree stock. These include that trees are true to type, are of uniform size, have straight stems and are free of shoots and suckers below the graft.

Variety P: Compact, early nut producer

2019 | Anon | Fact Sheet

Description of the key characteristics of Variety P, released after nine years of testing in regional variety trials conducted by the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries.

Variety G: a precocious elite macadamia variety

2019 | Anon | Fact Sheet

Description of the key characteristics of Variety G, released after nine years of testing in regional variety trials conducted by the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries.

Variety R: Consistent late nut producer

2019 | Anon | Fact Sheet

Description of the key characteristics of Variety R, released after nine years of testing in regional variety trials conducted by the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries.

Variety J: early producer of large nuts

2019 | Anon | Fact Sheet

Description of the key characteristics of Variety J, released after nine years of testing in regional variety trials conducted by the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries.

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