Reef Certification Training
Training opportunity for avocado growers
Avocado growers within the Great Barrier Reef catchments are invited to attend a short, sharp training session to assist in successful completion of the Hort360 Reef Certification.
Date: Wednesday, February 24
Topic: Reef Certification
Agenda: Click here to access the agenda
Location: to be delivered by Zoom. Instructions on how to join and participate will be distributed to attendees. Need some tips on how to join a Zoom meeting? Click here!
RSVP: by Tuesday February 23 to Liz Singh at email@example.com
For those who RSVP, we will be sending out instructions on how to join and participate in the webinar directly to you, in advance of the event.
Avocados Australia Industry Development Manager Liz Singh, 0499 854 111 or firstname.lastname@example.org (Mon-Thurs 9am-3pm)
About the the training
Scott Wallace from Growcom will walk through the steps necessary to obtain Reef Certification for avocados, including the required components of nutrient, sediment, pesticide and irrigation management.
Scott will also talk about auditing, and has allocated time for questions.
This is a great opportunity to kick start your Reef Certification to demonstrate your environmental stewardship and industry best practice standards in the Great Barrier Reef catchments.
The Hort360 Reef Certification aligns and leverages off current systems (i.e. Freshcare) used by horticulture businesses to provide a specific water quality outcome. This will ensure there is reduced administration effort for you.
Hort360 is likely to meet the requirements of the new standard to be applied under the new Queensland Government reef regulations, which are due to be implemented in 2022.
The Hort360 Reef Certification audit is free and assistance to complete the compliance requirements is available via the Hort360 GBR team.