Australian Pome Fruit Tree Registry

The Australian Pome Fruit Tree Registry is a project to assist the industry capture data on varieties of apples and pears planted and their productivity.

This information will help growers and the industry better plan for the future. Apple and pear growers have been invited via email to register and logon to the Registry to participate and enter data.

If you need assistance with accessing the site, or did not receive your invitation email, please contact Richard Pentreath at AgFirst: +64 6 872 7080, +64 27 221 4835 or r.pentreath@agfirst.co.nz. If you want some help entering data then please contact your local project adviser for your state as listed below. Local project adviser for Tasmania, Ian Cover, has put together this Aus Pome Fruit Tree Registry – User Guide (pdf). 

Local project advisers

Victoria

New South Wales

Western Australia

South Australia

Queensland

Tasmania

Login to the Australian Pome Fruit Tree Registry

Watch this video by Richard Pentreath to show you how to use the Tree Registry.

Contact

Richard Pentreath
AgFirst, New Zealand
+64 6 872 7080 or +64 27 221 4835

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Acknowledgement

The Australian Pome Fruit Tree Registry is part of the ‘Apple and pear industry data collection’ project (AP13035) that is managed by AgFirst and funded by Horticulture Innovation Australia Ltd using the apple and pear industry levy funds from growers and matching funds from the Australian Government.