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Vietnamese - Fall Armyworm In Melon And Vegetable Fact Sheet

Vietnamese translation of the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries fact sheet - Potential impact of fall armyworm on melon and vegetable crops (other than sweet corn)

Farm Biosecurity Planner For The Melon Industry

Make sure that biosecurity threats are kept at bay on your farm. Templates help you implement a Farm Biosecurity Plan.

Fungicide Rotations For Managing Phytophthora In Watermelons In The US

Presentation by Dr Shaker Kousik, US Department Agriculture on the latest research in the southern United states.

How Does CGMMV Spread

Examines the mechanism for spread of CGMMV.

Melon Varieties In Australia

List of watermelon, rockmelon and honeydew melons grown in Australia as of July 2017.

Managing CGMMV Soils In Israel

Research report that explains the way CGMMV is managed in greenhouses in Israel.

Managing Pesticide Resistance 2015

Understanding how pesticides interact and resistant in pests develops.

Managing The Pressures Of Farming

Understanding the pressures on farmers after disasters strike.

Management Of Aphid Transmitted Viruses

The majority of viruses infecting plants are spread by insects, and aphids are the most common group of virus vectors or carriers. All potyviruses (the largest group of plant viruses) are transmitted by aphids.

Melon Necrotic Spot Virus

Explains Melon Necrotic Spot Virus and the impact that it can have on melon growing.

Lighting In Packing Sheds

Lighting is a vital part of packhouse and grading operations. On average, lighting uses 3% of total electricity. Audits identified that whilst there are opportunities to improve the energy efficiency of lighting, savings will be small.

Major Melon Diseases In Australia

This publication includes information on a number of significant melon diseases found in Australia and includes images to assist growers recognise their symptoms. Table 1 lists the significant diseases that are an issue for melon production in Australia.

Managing Cucurbits During Wet Weather

Waterlogged soils are deficient in oxygen as the oxygen between soil particles is replaced by water. Oxygen is essential for healthy root growth and the lack of oxygen in soils over a period of time results in root and eventually plant death. As flood damaged crops may have extensive root death, irrigation timing is vital to recovery and to avoid ongoing plant stress.

Melon Card

An explanation of the Melon Card, a workplace health & safety program for farm workers.

Exporting Melons To Asia - Report May 2019

Report on in-country visits to Japan, Singapore and Malaysia.

Melon Industry Biosecurity Plan 2014

National plan to manage biosecurity issues in the Australian melon industry.

Melon Necrotic Spot Virus Factsheet

Symptoms and signs of Melon necrotic spot virus on melons

In-Market Visits Report - Middle East - September 2019

In-market visit (Sept 2019) report for export melons to Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Kuwait

Vietnamese - Melon Necrotic Spot Virus Fact Sheet

Vietnamese translation of the Plant Health Australia fact sheet - Melon necrotic spot virus

Native Vegetation To Enhance Beneficial Insects Part 2

Planting vegetation to encourage native predatory insects that assist in crop management of pests.

Melon Strategic Agrichemical Review Process

A review of the crop protectants already used in the melon industry and possible future requirements for managing melon pests & diseases.

MELONS - A Market Analysis Of Watermelon And Other Melons (2015-2019)

This report is an output of MT17015 Consumer Behavioural and Retail Data for Fresh Produce and intended for use by Hort Innovation, the Australian melon industries, and other stakeholders in the context of understanding and diagnosing market performance and shopper behaviour.

Monosporascus Root Rot

Information about sudden wilt and vine decline caused by Monosporascus.

Native Vegetation To Enhance Beneficial Insects Part 2

Planting vegetation to encourage native predatory insects that assist in crop management of pests.

No-Till Permanent Beds For Vegetable Production

A no-till farming system has been developed for horticultural production, utilizing permanent beds that are not cultivated after initial land preparation. Cover crops are established on beds, grown to maturity, killed and then flattened into an organic mulch. Commercial crops are directly sown or transplanted into this cover crop residue. This system aims to increase sustainability in relevant horticultural industries through the long-term maintenance of soil health and stability, as well as eliminating reliance on plastic mulch, which is difficult to dispose of, in an environmentally responsible fashion.