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Thinclab Loxton

ThincLab Loxton is a partnership between the University of Adelaide and PIRSA and is a regionally focused incubator specialising in agtech, food innovation and regional businesses. It is the first regional ThincLab

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Changes to Casual Employment

A recent court decision has thrown the nature of casual employment into question and is causing employers to re-evaluate the use of casual workers. In May this year, the Full

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Richard Leask

Regenerative Viticulture

Regenerative Agriculture is term that has been bandied around for some time now. It’s a new term used to describe what is fundamentally a holistic or ecological view of grapevine

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2020 Riverland Wine Show

Entries are now open for the 48th Riverland Wine Show for winemakers and vignerons to showcase the quality of wines from the Riverland, Swan Hill, Murray Darling, Riverina and/or Rutherglen

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RWGA Nominations

An advertisement calling for nominations of candidates to fill vacant positions on the Riverland Winegrape Growers Association (RWGA) has been published in the Murray Pioneer.

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Strategic plans

Three important Strategic Plans with implications for all in the grape and wine industry are being launched in coming weeks. In fact, the plan for the peak industry body for

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HOH HOH HOH

No, it’s not Christmas yet but it is time to celebrate. Last week, a dozen senior academics from the University of Adelaide travelled to the Riverland for a re-union with

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Eco Vineyards

EcoVineyards is a 2-year project which commenced late last year in eight South Australian wine grape growing regions.

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VitiVisor Dashboard

As the three-year Hands-off Hectares project approaches the end of its first year, development of the VitiVisor Dashboard is well underway. VitiVisor is a digital platform which will collect information

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Watch Landline here and NOW

For regular viewers of Landline, you would have seen launch details of one of Wine Australia’s most exciting releases of recent times, the ‘Climate Atlas’. The University of Tasmania (UTAS)

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Supporting a sustainable industry

In the Riverland, Australia’s largest area of winegrape growing production, there are only 34 certified members of the Australian wine industry’s sustainability program – Sustainable Winegrowing Australia (SWA).

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