Research and Development                          

The Australian vegetable industry needs a coordinated and responsive research and development (R&D) program that meets the needs of growers in supporting a competitive and sustainable industry. These projects are funded through Horticulture Innovation Australia (HIA)by the National Vegetable Levy with matched funds from the Australian Government.

AUSVEG’s role is to communicate R&D findings to growers through:
  • Effective distribution and communication of scientific research
  • Providing industry and economic analysis, including economic commentary
  • Releasing vegetable industry consumer and market research 


Sign Up To HIA

AUSVEG encourages vegetable and potato growers to become a member of Horticulture Innovation Australia Limited to ensure you have the ability to vote on the future direction of R&D investments in Australian horticulture.
Click here to sign up.


Have an R & D idea?

To suggest an R & D project idea, click here to submit your suggestion through our online R & D suggestions form.



Service Providers

Horticulture Innovation Australia (HIA) and AUSVEG would like to invite all companies looking to tender for future vegetable industry R&D projects to complete the registration form to become an industry Service Provider.

If you or your organisation has skills and capacity in relation to any of the three priority investment areas (Consumer Alignment, Market and Value Chain Development, or Farm Productivity, Resource Use and Management), we encourage you to register as a Service Provider to receive notification of upcoming tenders.

Please click here to register your interest as a delivery partner.

If you have any questions regarding the register, please contact AUSVEG at info@ausveg.com.au or (03) 9882 0277. Please note that your inclusion on the register does not guarantee offers of tenders or assurances in any way that you will be provided contracts as a service provider.


 
This project is funded by Horticulture Innovation Australia Limited using the National Vegetable Levy, National Potato Levy and funds from the Australian Government.