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Opinion...Only specialists can tell full story

Opinion...Only specialists can tell full story

Opinion...Disproportion in risks and returns

Opinion...Disproportion in risks and returns

Growing crops is a risky business. Science has curtailed risks such as variation in cultivar performance, nutrient or irrigation needs and the likelihood of pest and disease attacks. Increasing predictability gives growers greater control in delivering produce into the market to specification and on time. But most risks still fall on growers.

Opinion... Focus on trees that are fit for purpose

Opinion... Focus on trees that are fit for purpose

Opinion...Taking responsibility for biosecurity

Opinion...Taking responsibility for biosecurity

Opinion...Two common-sense environmental initiatives

Opinion...Two common-sense environmental initiatives

Opinion...Good reasons for collaborative working

Opinion...Good reasons for collaborative working

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