Turkish cherry industry takes advantage of USCh

first_img Turkish cherry industry takes advantage of U.S.-Ch … You might also be interested in More than a hundred crop-threatening black marmorated stink bugs (BMSBs) were found recently on a vessel carrying cars and machinery to Australia, prompting a swift turnback from the country’s biosecurity authorities.The Australian Department of Agriculture and Water Resources said if the bugs entered the country they had the potential to “decimate” Australia’s $12 billion (US$8.7 billion) horticultural industry.The vessel Triumph owned by Armacup had come through multiple ports and will now go back to China.Australian Minister for Agriculture David Littleproud said the country would never compromise on keeping its farm sector safe.“Australia is extremely lucky to be relatively isolated by sea, which helps us keep pests and diseases out,” Minister Littleproud said. November 27 , 2018 New table grape varieties lifting sales and boosti … last_img read more