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Ti Tree EOI closing soon

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Ti Tree EOI closing soon

Expressions of Interest (EOI) for the establishment of a horticultural enterprise near Ti Tree will soon close.

NT’s agricultural innovators represented at national summit

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NT’s agricultural innovators represented at national summit

Agriculture experts from the Territory recently attended GrowAg, a national summit that brought together 100 of Australian agriculture’s young innovators and leaders.

Ti Tree horticulture lease – expressions of interest now open

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Ti Tree horticulture lease – expressions of interest now open

The NT Government is calling for Expressions of Interest (EOI) to lease land near Ti Tree for the establishment of a horticultural enterprise.

Catch a fish worth a million dollars

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Catch a fish worth a million dollars

The second season of the Northern Territory’s Million Dollar Fish competition is underway, with 101 prize-tagged barramundi swimming in Top End waters.

Garlic crop trial has potential in Central Australia

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Garlic crop trial has potential in Central Australia

A garlic crop trial is being harvested at the Arid Zone Research Institute in Central Australia.

USA gets first taste of NT mangoes

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USA gets first taste of NT mangoes

Manbulloo mango farm in Katherine will provide the first-ever shipment of Territory mangoes to the United States.

Environmental Management Plan online

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Environmental Management Plan online

The Environmental Management Plan (EMP) for Origin Energy’s exploration permit at Amungee well site is available online.

Bananas return to Elcho Island

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Bananas return to Elcho Island

After cyclones wiped out entire banana plantations throughout Elcho Island, the NT Government has committed to supplying new crop.

Melon necrotic spot virus in Victoria

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Melon necrotic spot virus in Victoria

The exotic plant disease Melon necrotic spot virus has been detected on one property in Victoria. Australian, state and territory government are working with industry in response to the detection.

Solar shines as Darwin Aquaculture Centre slashes its power bill

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Solar shines as Darwin Aquaculture Centre slashes its power bill

The Darwin Aquaculture Centre (DAC) has a new solar system that will save $40,000 a year in energy costs.