Following the successful launch of the InnoGrape: Innovation in Table Grape Production pilot program in 2015, the Australian Table Grape Association (ATGA) is excited to announce that a further 8 training modules will be delivered to table grape growers in 2017/18.
Module 20 Maximum Residue Limits (MRLs) and agrochemical resistance management
Module 21 Integrated Weed Management: Part I. General Review
Module 22 Integrated Weed Management: Part II. Herbicide resistance and special weed problems
Module 23 Black spot management
Module 24 External berry browning in white table grapes
Module 25 Vine management after hail damage
Module 26 Soil and plant nutritional analysis and interpretation
Module 27 Trends in trellis design and canopy covers
(Please note the change of starting times for these sessions)
- Robinvale – Thursday 24 May 2018, 4240 Murray Valley Highway, Robinvale, VIC – Bistro, Robinvale Golf Club 3:00pm – 6:00pm
- Mildura CBD – Friday 25 May, 2018, 287 Twelfth Street, Mildura, VIC – Upstairs Balcony Room, Mildura Golf Club, 4:00pm – 7:00pm
Cost: $20.00 (Cash ONLY) The cost of $20 per person will cover the “Pot n Parmi” deals.
Registration: Please register by Monday 21 May. For catering purposes, registration for this session is essential.
Please bring along your InnoGrape folder to receive your free insert notes. If you do not have an InnoGrape folder, an additional $50 per folder will be charged on the night.
The InnoGrape Session 3 Season 3 Flyer can be downloaded here- InnoGrape Workshop flyer
For further information: Please contact Rowena Norris at the ATGA on M: 0421 553 800 or via
email E: email@example.com
InnoGrape: Innovation in Table Grape Production extension program, is supported by the Australian Table Grape Association, with funding from the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal and the William Buckland Foundation.
(NOTE: Funding provisions currently stipulate the program is limited to Victorian growers only. However all published materials will be available nationally for table grape growers via the ATGA Website)