2015 | Department of Agriculture and Fisheries | Video
Kim Jones, Kevin Quinlan and Kim Wilson discuss the key findings from their 2013 study tour of China.
2019 | Burnett J | Article
After a visit to China in 2018, Jolyon Burnett, AMS CEO, summarises his insights and possible implications of the rapid growth of the industry in China for the rest of the world, particularly Australia
2014 | Jones K, Wilson K, Quinlan K | Research report/Update
A study tour of the Chinese macadamia industry was undertaken in 2013 by Kim Jones, Kim Wilson, and Kevin Quinlan. All aspects of the industry were investigated including nursery practices, orchards, processing and expected growth. This report details the findings from that tour.
2010 | Genest R | Research report/Update
In May 2010 a party of six members of the Australian macadamia industry visited eastern China to enhance their understanding of the nut processing industry and of the marketplace for nuts in China. This report details the findings and recommendations of that tour.
2010 | Jones K, McConchie C, O'Hare P, Albertson P | Research report/Update
Final report on the Brazilian study tour from the researcher's perspective. Details significant presentations at the 3rd International Macadamia Conference as well as observations from the post-conference tour.
2010 | Burnett J | Research report/Update
Jolyon Burnett, AMS CEO, attended the INC conference in China 2010. This is a brief report on the INC and the processing plants Jolyon was shown through.
2007 | Quinlan K | Research report/Update
This report details the activities and outcomes from a study tour conducted by members of the Australian macadamia industry to the Brazilian industry in 2006.
2004 | Hardner C | Research report/Update
Final Report Research Project MC03003. This report provides the summary of the outcomes from a study tour of nut and fruit breeding methods in Europe.
2003 | Burt D | Research report/Update
Oral presentation to the Second International Macadamia Symposium 2003.
2003 | Lee P | Research report/Update
SAMAC is the supplier of objective information to the South African macadamia industry.
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