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AU: Guyra Greenhouse vegetable grower wins top farmer honour
“The greenhouse facilities overseen by Mr Dol are state-of-the-art, highlighting how Australian horticulture is at the cutting edge of global research and development (R&D),” said AUSVEG Spokesperson Hugh Gurney.
Mr Dol contributes to the vegetable industry as a member of the Consumer Alignment Design Team which drives R&D investment through the National Vegetable levy. “Growers like Mr Dol are selected to these Design Teams because they are recognised as leaders within the Australian horticulture industry. Today’s award highlights how local growers are among some of the most innovative and highly-skilled members of the broader agriculture sector in Australia,” said Mr Gurney.
The Guyra glasshouse facility is the size of approximately eight AFL football fields, and is a leader in water and crop treatment efficiency. “The Greenhouse facilities that are operated by Mr Dol are state-of-the-art, and as a result are incredibly efficient. It is encouraging to see that Australian growers are being recognised for facilities which in many cases represent global best-practice,” said Mr Gurney.
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