VegNet 3.0 (VG21000)
What’s it all about?
This investment is tasked with keeping Australian vegetable growers informed about current R&D activities, results and resources – supporting the adoption of industry best practice and bolstering vegetable productivity and profitability in key growing areas across the country.
The program is nationally coordinated by AUSVEG and delivered “on-the ground” by regional development officers (RDOs) in key vegetable-growing regions who are responsible for developing and executing regional extension plans. This includes identifying each region’s key priority issues and key regional resources and links - a critical step in ensuring growers receive assistance and information that meets their needs and will help them grow better crops and operate more efficient and profitable businesses.
CONTACT YOUR LOCAL REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
- New South Wales: Local Land Services – Sylvia Jelinek, email@example.com
- Western Australia: VegetablesWA - Michael Bartholomew, firstname.lastname@example.org and Truyen Vo, email@example.com
- Northern Territory: NT Farmers – Amelie Corriveau, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Queensland (Bowen Gumlu and Far North Queensland): Bowen Gumlu Growers - Ry Collins, email@example.com
- Queensland (Southern Queensland): Lockyer Valley Growers – Zara Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Queensland (Wide Bay Burnett): Bundaberg – Bree Grima, email@example.com
- South Australia: AUSVEG – Yanyu Liang, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tasmania: RMCG – Ossie Lang, email@example.com
- Victoria (Gippsland region): Food and Fibre Gippsland - Bonnie Dawson, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Victoria (South-East, West and Northern region): AUSVEG – Danielle Park, email@example.com
- Contact your local RDO (above) to access the latest information and resources from their specific extension program and activities, as well as details of the events they run
- Keep a look out: the levy-funded Vegetables Australia magazine carries special features on upcoming events related to the program, and events are also communicated in other relevant industry channels.
This project is funded through the Hort Innovation Vegetable Fund using the vegetable R&D levy and contributions from the Australian Government