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Overseas News: Oversupply in Chinese jujube market led to slowing sales

The recent sales of winter jujube have slowed down, and prices are struggling to pick up. Prices in some markets have remained stable but at a low level. There are a few factors that contribute to the current market situation. First of all, the supply exceeds the market demand. Secondly, with the increasing volume on

The History of the Cultivation and Use of Jujubes (Chinese dates) in China

Written by Professor Feng, Shanxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China The written record of the history of the cultivation and use of jujubes goes back more than 3000 years, but fossil jujube seeds discovered by archaeologists have been dated to 8,000 years ago. In the historical record, the use of Jujube has been noted

New spray drift guidance documents

Following consultation with industry stakeholders, we have published 2 new spray drift guidance documents to assist registrants with applications to update spray drift instructions, apply for a new spray drift risk assessment, or apply for consideration of new drift reduction technology (DRT). The new guidance documents form part of the Australian Pesticides

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