September 2013





Something from nothing
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On the salty barren plains of the Spencer Gulf in South Australia, a state-of-the-art greenhouse is growing blemish-free tomatoes. Sean McGowan reports on the unusual combination of high-efficiency horticulture and a location many had given up for dead.

State of origin
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James Harrison has long been regarded as the grandfather of Australia’s refrigeration industry. Although he was the first to create ice via mechanical means, his efforts to ship frozen meat to the UK were met with fierce competition from another pioneer north of the Murray,as Sean McGowan writes.

Skills workshop: Cool room efficiency for technical service providers
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