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Growcom is the peak representative body for Queensland horticulture and strives for the long term growth and profitability of horticultural farms and the industry. Our core membership consists of Queensland’s fruit and vegetable producers and individuals, groups and industries who have a stake or interest in the future of Queensland horticulture. Growcom exists to:
Provide strong leadership to horticultural growers in developing policy on issues affecting production horticulture
Provide powerful representation of horticultural interests to local, state and national governments, government agencies and key stakeholders in the supply chain
Deliver professional services to horticultural growers and other horticultural stakeholders to enhance their business efficiency and profitability
Provide an information hub on issues relating to horticulture at a state and national level.
Growcom and BIEDO are stoking up the BBQ for South Burnett ag producersNovember 26, 2015
Growcom and the Burnett Inland Economic Development Organisation (BIEDO) are joining forces next week to provide some social cheer, support and…Read More
Growcom thanks outgoing Board Directors, and welcomes Joe Moro, Sharron Windolf and Belinda AdamsNovember 26, 2015
Peak horticulture body, Growcom, today announced that Matt Hood, Rugby Farms, has resigned this week as a director on the Board…Read More
Growcom concerned at negative impact of a mooted Goods and Services Tax on fresh foodNovember 9, 2015
Peak horticulture organisation, Growcom, said today that the impact on the health of Queenslanders, particularly in regional areas, should be carefully…Read More