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Storm/Flood Recovery Events (NSW, May 2022)

2022 | NSW DPI, Australian Macadamia Society | Article

In May 2022 the AMS and NSW DPI hosted two grower events to share information about recovering from the two flood events the region suffered at the beginning of this year, one at the end of February and another a few weeks later in March. This document is a summary of the information provided and gained as well as links to resources and support services.

Managing storm damage

2022 | Australian Macadamia Society | Fact Sheet

This fact sheet summarises ways growers can build storm resilience and recover more quickly from storm damage.

Climate change and macadamia management – Bundaberg (Dec 2021 MacGroup)

2021 | Kojetin L | Presentation

At the MacGroups, Industry Development Manager Leoni Kojetin presented on the changing climate and the implications for managing your macadamia orchard. For most regions, hotter and more frequent hot days, as well as reduced rainfall with increased variability will mean changes to the crop cycle and current pest and disease risks.

Climate change and macadamia management – NSW Northern Rivers (Dec 2021 MacGroup)

2021 | Kojetin L | Presentation

At the MacGroups, Industry Development Manager Leoni Kojetin presented on the changing climate and the implications for managing your macadamia orchard. For most regions, hotter and more frequent hot days, as well as reduced rainfall with increased variability will mean changes to the crop cycle and current pest and disease risks.

Climate change and macadamia management – NSW Mid North Coast (Dec 2021 MacGroup)

2021 | Kojetin L | Presentation

At the MacGroups, Industry Development Manager Leoni Kojetin presented on the changing climate and the implications for managing your macadamia orchard. For most regions, hotter and more frequent hot days, as well as reduced rainfall with increased variability will mean changes to the crop cycle and current pest and disease risks.

Managing storm damage (Dec 2021 MacGroup)

2021 | Searle C | Research report/Update

With the summer storm season upon us, growers are urged to manage risks and minimise the negative effects of unpredictable weather events. But when an orchard sustains storm damage, how do you prioritise the clean-up and give damaged trees the best chance of recovering? Dr Chris Searle provides triage guidance for young and established orchards following severe weather, as well as preventative measures to mitigate damage.

Climate change and macadamia management – Gympie (Dec 2021 MacGroup)

2021 | Kojetin L | Presentation

At the MacGroups, Industry Development Manager Leoni Kojetin presented on the changing climate and the implications for managing your macadamia orchard. For most regions, hotter and more frequent hot days, as well as reduced rainfall with increased variability will mean changes to the crop cycle and current pest and disease risks.

Climate change and macadamia management – Glass House Mountains (Dec 2021 MacGroup)

2021 | Kojetin L | Presentation

At the MacGroups, Industry Development Manager Leoni Kojetin presented on the changing climate and the implications for managing your macadamia orchard. For most regions, hotter and more frequent hot days, as well as reduced rainfall with increased variability will mean changes to the crop cycle and current pest and disease risks.

Working in the heat

2020 | Australian Macadamia Society | Fact Sheet

With the Australian summer’s highest recorded temperature records regularly being broken, it’s a timely reminder to be aware of the risks of working in the heat, particularly for those working outdoors. This fact sheet is a guide to the responsibilities of property owners, managers and workers under Work Health and Safety laws of managing the associated risks.

Macadamia, the environment and orchard adaption (Feb/March 2020 MacGroup)

2020 | Kojetin L | Presentation

From drought and bushfires to floods and damaging hail storms the Australian 2019/2020 growing season has been one of extreme weather events. It is essential to understand the environmental impacts on the crop and build orchard resilience through the use of available mitigating practices and monitoring tools.

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