Australian Citrus News

Australian Citrus News (ACN) is the voice of Australia’s peak grower body, Citrus Australia Limited, and its official magazine.

ACN provides focused, up-to-date information on trends, market developments affecting Australia’s citrus industry and its national and international markets.

Editorial content is delivered in an easy-to-read style and includes technical information, market trends both export and domestic, production developments, key industry issues, research and development, profiles and on-farm reports.

Published by AgriHort Communications with direction from the industry’s peak body Citrus Australia Limited, ACN is a bimonthly publication with a total readership estimated at 5000 per issue.

With 2500 copies delivered quarterly both nationally and internationally, ACN is direct mailed to all commercial citrus growers.

It is also distributed to associated industry bodies including: consultants, state agriculture departments, private consultants, agronomists, research institutes, economists and media, where it is considered a vital resource reference on the citrus industry.

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ACN June 2015

June 2015
Full report on the inaugural 2015 Citrus Technical Forum and Field day.
Pest management – new approaches.
Preparing for winter flowering through effective crop regulation.
Biosecurity- protecting your citrus investment.
Preparing Australia for the citrus enemy – HLB and ACP.
New varieties for the future.
Fruit fly management and research.



March 2015
Year begins on a positive note.
IPM managing the good, the bad and the ugly.
Agrichemical update.
New international partnership takes on citrus black spot.
Q & A with Ben Cant forth generation citrus grower, packer, marketer and exporter.



ACN_Dec_2014_Cover_72ppi_webDecember 2014

Positive trade agreements boost industry confidence.
THE premier citrus industry event of the year. Citrus Technical 2015 Forum & Field Day.
Export Pricing Regulation – majority support for a controversial topic.
World citrus trade disrupted by quarantine disease.



ACN_Sept_2014_Cover3_draft_2September 2014

This edition of ACN like all of them is full of wonderful articles related to the outcome of your national levy investment. Investing in the National Levy will drive industry ahead.
World first program brings together Chinese students and Australian citrus businesses.
CITRUSPOLL 2014, My money. My business. My vote…
Are we ready for the greatest biological threat to the global citrus industry?





  • June 2014
    Regional forums see growers acknowledge need to increase the National Citrus Levy.The key agenda item for this year’s proposed levy is an increase of $1.50 per tonne.Citrus is a big winner at the recent Free Trade Agreement talks with Asian countries.Patience is the key for Imperial mandarin growers this season. After having what seems like their best growing season, they are now dealing with rind issues that no one saw coming.

Check out the latest edition of Australian Citrus News to find out more.



ACN_Mar_2014_cover_lowres_72ppiMarch 2014
Compared to other citrus growers in South Africa, New Zealand and California, as well as Australian apple, banana, and avocado growers – Australian citrus investment in research and development (R&D) and biosecurity is inadequate.
Our feature this edition highlights the growing need to further invest in citrus R&D both current and future projects.

Check out the latest edition of Australian Citrus News to find out more.