Hazelnut Farm Walk
An information sharing event that
will help answer questions you
have about growing hazelnuts.
189 Wilmores Lane,
When: Sunday 2 July 2017
Time: 10:30 – 12:30pm
or phone Lisa 0412 158 782
by 26 June.
Cost: Gold coin donation morning tea
Hear firsthand from growers Bruce and Lisa O’Toole – “Getting nuts to the market”
Guest Speaker Veronica Hayes, DPIPWE “Biosecurity issues for Tasmanian Hazelnuts”
Horticultural and Landscape Supplies offering qualified information about services and products available to growers
Interstate speaker Trevor Ranford working across the Australian Nut Industry – an opportunity to asks questions about all things nutty
Farm walk and talk
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The HGA invites you to a Hazelnut Field Day at Glengarry (near Exeter)
WHEN: Sunday 9th August 2pm – 4pm
WHERE: At Tamar Valley Hazelnuts, 43 Turkey Farm Road Glengarry 7275.
To get there … From Launceston, turn onto the Frankford Highway at Exeter and continue until you reach the Glengarry shop just past Glengarry Rd (approx 7 mins drive from Exeter). Turkey Farm Rd is the first left past the shop and Tamary Valley Hazelnuts is the first driveway on the left. Owned and operated by Nathan and Carol Bracken, Tamar Valley Hazelnuts is one of Tasmania’s largest hazelnut orchards, with currently around 4,500 trees planted, and plans for many more. The first part of their orchard – approx 1600 trees – was planted in 2010. Nathan and Carol also operate a hazelnut nursery.
Meet with other hazelnut growers to discuss issues related to the growing of hazelnuts, including:
– Disease awareness and management, including Big Bud Mite and Bacterial Blight
– Hazelnut Biosecurity
– Hazelnut pruning – a chance to share thoughts and methods
Also time to inspect the orchard, and its equipment, including a new nut harvester. And plenty of time for informal discussion with new or potential growers.
Afternoon tea will be provided. HGA Handbook available for purchase.
Cost: HGA members $5 Non-HGA members $25
RSVP to Greg Taylor on 0448 912781 or email@example.com
I am hosting a farm walk for all South Australian HGA members, plus any of their friends or interested parties, on Sunday 12th July 2015 @ 9.30am at our property (address below).
At this time of year the catkins on the hazelnut trees are prominent, and our TBC flowers should be in bloom, so you can see what everything looks like. We can also do a pruning demonstration for those interested.
We’ll also put on a morning tea for those who brave the July weather.
If you are interested in attending, and for catering purposes, can you please RSVP by Wednesday 8th July 2015 with numbers.
Greg and Janet Jaensch
217 Maidment Road
Lobethal SA 5241
Home Phone: 8389 5037
From today there is a new members password. Please become a member for another year and the new password will be sent out to you by the HGA secretary.
NSW Open Day at Mudgee
after leaf fall and that participants have a go at pruning our trees. The Thompsons will bring their children so
they can learn too, and suggested other families could do similar. If you are bringing secateurs we will need to
sterilise them before the first cut… good biosecurity precaution.
Diary date. Saturday 30 May is the designated date. This advance notice should enable you to pre-book
accommodation in Mudgee, which is hard to get on most weekends. It will be timely to also run through planting
for those planting next winter.
Stay tuned for more details in early 2015.
Contact Vanessa and Clem Cox 02 63723224
Australian Gourmet Hazelnuts (Propagators)
Vanessa and Clem Cox
21 Putta Bucca Road, Mudgee NSW 2850
P: (02) 6372 3224 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Established 1997 the nursery supplies strong whips producing preferred kernel for snack, catering and large confectionery. Main-crop Cultivars:- TBC or Barcelona – supplied with three compatible pollinizers and planting grid. Nut buy back option offered. AGH is based at Mudgee in Central West New South Wales.