2022

Growers ready to lead industry down new road

July 06, 2022

Peak industry organisation CANEGROWERS is ready and willing to lead the way to a more profitable and diversified future for sugarcane outlined in a...

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High hopes for cane season as farm costs rise

June 21, 2022

The 2022 harvest is now underway for most of Queensland’s sugarcane growers who are hopeful late summer and autumn rain will push the crop above...

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CANEGROWERS elects new Chairman

May 24, 2022

Representatives of every Queensland sugarcane region have elected Burdekin grower Owen Menkens as the new CANEGROWERS Chairman. The CANEGROWERS...

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Growers forge market path for sustainable sugar

May 19, 2022

Peak sugarcane organisation CANEGROWERS is opening more market doors for Queensland sugar by achieving advanced alignment between Smartcane BMP and a...

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2022 sugarcane harvest needs workers

May 17, 2022

Australia’s sugarcane growers are worried a shortage of workers could mean they’ll struggle to harvest a good-looking and sizeable crop...

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Four decades fighting for growers

May 10, 2022

CANEGROWERS Chairman Paul Schembri is retiring this month after 39 years as a tenacious and dedicated grower representative.   Mr Schembri, who...

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Sugar industry welcomes support for diversifying markets and improving trade

April 29, 2022

The Australian sugar industry welcomes the decision of the Australian Government to support the first phase of the industry’s Five-year Trade...

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Illegal dumping on cane farms must stop

March 28, 2022

Peak sugarcane organisation CANEGROWERS is seeking urgent discussions with local government amid an escalation of people using Queensland farms as...

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Welcome debate on problematic farm regulations

February 23, 2022

CANEGROWERS has welcomed the opportunity for the significant issues and concerns that surround the reef regulations imposed on farmers to be aired in...

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Relief greets Queensland dam funding decision

February 11, 2022

In great news for Wide Bay region sugarcane growers, the final piece of the puzzle to restore Paradise Dam to its original water storage capacity has...

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Election time in grower-led CANEGROWERS

February 09, 2022

CANEGROWERS is calling for members to step forward and nominate for one of the 81 representative positions in the peak sugarcane farming...

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Growers call for investment in farm best practice program

January 28, 2022

Queensland’s sugarcane industry has a results-focused suggestion of where the Federal Government could invest some of the reported $1 billion it...

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