Publications

As the national peak industry body representing the interests of Australian vegetable and potato growers, AUSVEG produces a range of publications which are the industry’s key communications tools for providing information to the industry and to growers.

The industry’s two premier magazines are Vegetables Australia and Potatoes Australia, bothfull-colour, bi-monthly publications, which are mailed directly to Australian vegetable and potato growers, researchers, service providers, advertisers and other key members of the vegetable and potato industries.

These publications were initiated a number of years ago and remain key vehicles for the dissemination of information on Vegetable and Potato R&D programs and projects.

The magazines are fundamental tools for effectively communicating updates and outcomes of levy-funded R&D projects. They also serve as an important resource in providing information on new initiatives, industry events, researchers, grower profiles and achievements, import and export markets, the economy and industry-related news

AUSVEG also produces a regular e-newsletter called the Weekly Update each week.  The Weekly Update is vital resource in providing growers with timely information on industry events, workshops and courses, agripolitical issues, chemical permits, R&D news and updates on AUSVEG communications and environmental projects and activities.

To subscribe to one of magazines or to receive the AUSVEG Weekly Update, please email info@ausveg.com.au with your contact details.



Lastest AUSVEG Publications

Click on a cover below for more information on our latest publications for Vegetables Australia, Potatoes Australia and Vegenotes.

Vegenotes Issue #59

16-Mar-2017

In this issue:

THE EFFECTS OF USING ANHYDROUS AMMONIA TO SUPPLY NITROGEN TO VEGETABLE CROPS - VG15062
REVIEW OF CURRENT VEGETABLE IRRIGATION TECHNOLOGIES - VG14048

Vegetables Australia March/April 2017

21-Mar-2017

In this issue:

  • Young grower profile: Andres Cruz
  • Women in Horticulture: What does a farmer look like?
  • Grower profile: James Dickson
  • Victoria’s regional veg industry to take centre stage at two-day event
  • Attention pumpkin growers: Have you seen this etch?
  • Women on a mission: North America inspires Australia’s vegetable growers
  • The Front Line: Tomato-potato psyllid detection
  • Maintaining a productive and profitable pea industry in Tasmania
  • New resistance found in vegetable pest
  • A multi-faceted approach to soil borne disease management

Potatoes Australia - February/March 2017

15-Feb-2017

In this issue:

  • Dawn of a new era: AUSVEG welcomes its new leader
  • Young grower profile: Bradey Davis
  • Grower profile: Mark Pye
  • Managing Common scab in potatoes
  • Collaborating with potato growers to deliver long-term, sustainable results
  • International potato specialist visits Australia
  • The Front Line: Black bean aphid
  • Comparison of potato yields in Australia
  • United Kingdom prepares to tackle Free living nematodes
  • Breakdown of levy projects 2016-17

Vegenotes Issue #58

16-Jan-2017

In this issue:

  • GENERATION OF RESIDUE DATA FOR PESTICIDE MINOR-USE PERMIT APPLICANTS IN VEGETABLE CROPS - VG14038
  • ECONOMIC MODELLING OF IMPACT OF VEGETABLE INTAKE ON HEALTH EXPENDITURE - VG15031

Vegetables Australia January/February 2017

16-Jan-2017

In this issue:

  • Young grower profile: Chris Pham
  • Women in Horticulture: Remote Australian regions climbing the food ladder
  • Grower profile: Anthony Ivankovich
  • Managing a crisis in the vegetable industry
  • The Front Line: Why a working biosecurity system is as noiseless as a well-oiled machine
  • Young growers receive a taste of South America’s veg industry
  • Veggie Stats: Lettuce
  • Vegetable Industry Export Strategy 2020
  • EnviroVeg profile: Matt Ryan
  • Breakdown of levy projects 2016-17