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Bundaberg Fruit & Veggie Promotional Video

Arctos

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The Bundaberg Region is now an agricultural heartland of the State and the Nation with amazing statistical data backing its employment and growth potential. This Bundaberg Fruit & Vegetable Growers’ promotional video showcases the bounty and opportunities of the Bundaberg Region’s agricultural sector.

The video, compiled with the support of Council, provides an insight into the expansion of the local agricultural industry, the proliferation of tree crops (avocado and macadamia) and the avenues for growth.
Some great stuff grown here in Bundy, well worth a watch to see what is on offer for export.

 

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That's incredibly diverse, Bear! Thank you for sharing. Coming from an agricultural area, I was very interested in the video. Temps in Bundy must be more similar to our coastals than the Midwest based on the fruits and other crops mentioned.
 

Arctos

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That's incredibly diverse, Bear! Thank you for sharing. Coming from an agricultural area, I was very interested in the video. Temps in Bundy must be more similar to our coastals than the Midwest based on the fruits and other crops mentioned.
It's pretty reasonable weather all year around, gets a bit cooler in winter as you go inland to the Gayndah region where citrus fruit is grown.

http://www.weatherzone.com.au/climate/station.jsp?lt=site&lc=39128

The sugar cane crushing season is just about to start here in the Bundy region as well.

The soil type is volcanic from Bundy's only volcano that last blew it's top about a million years ago, here in towns it's called The Hummock.

Edit: Here's a link about The Hummock.

http://www.bundaberg.qld.gov.au/environment/natural-resources/natural-areas/hummock
 
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