One of the world's largest horticulture trade shows takes place in Hong Kong in September, and plenty of Aussies will be there.
Banana growers are reminding the public that Panama disease doesn't affect the health or eating quality of the fruit.
The Waddell family is so confident about the future of the persimmon industry in Australia, it's expanding its orchards.
Science fiction is meeting reality in some new technology developments and they could have implications for the horticulture sector.
The lovechild of kale and Brussels sprouts, kalettes, have hit their mark with Australian consumers, and the grower is increasing supply to keep up.
Bananas are the number one grocery item in the country but that's no reason not to think about future growth, a marketing expert has told the 2017 Australian Banana Congress.
Bee experts are gathering in Gympie this week, as part of the Queensland Beekeepers’ Association’s annual conference.
Scientists are working to protect plants from the fungal disease myrtle rust, which has made it to New Zealand.