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Below is a list of 20 currently available Agriculture tenders, requests for quotation, requests for proposal, expressions of interest or requests for tender, followed by 20 of our most recently closed opportunities.

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Currently Open Agriculture Tenders / RFQ / RFT / EOI / RFP

Conduct Local Trials
State/Region:
New South Wales
767
views since 24/02/2017
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Impounded Stock for Sale
State/Region:
New Zealand
385
views since 23/02/2017
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Boosting Vegetable Consumption through Diet
State/Region:
New South Wales
1450
views since 22/02/2017
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Review of Intellectual Property Arrangements
State/Region:
Australia
1922
views since 22/02/2017
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Cattle Grazing Agistments
State/Region:
Queensland
216
views since 20/02/2017
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Improvements to the Plantation Database
State/Region:
Victoria
1187
views since 17/02/2017
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Nitrogen & Pesticide Surveys
State/Region:
Queensland
327
views since 17/02/2017
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Consumer Behaviour & Retail Data Part 1
State/Region:
New South Wales
696
views since 16/02/2017
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Consumer Insights Reports Part 3
State/Region:
New South Wales
1115
views since 16/02/2017
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Consumer Perceptions & Attitudes Part 2
State/Region:
New South Wales
693
views since 16/02/2017
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Provision of Contract Mustering Services
State/Region:
Northern Territory
236
views since 16/02/2017
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Brokerage Service to Supply Sheep & Cattle
State/Region:
Western Australia
395
views since 15/02/2017
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Grazing
State/Region:
Canterbury
189
views since 15/02/2017
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Groundwater Allocation for Lease / Purchase
State/Region:
Canterbury
1069
views since 15/02/2017
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Supply & Application of Turf Fertiliser
State/Region:
Western Australia
585
views since 15/02/2017
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Extension Activities: Australian Potato Industry
State/Region:
New South Wales
663
views since 13/02/2017
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2004/1026 - Hardware, Plumbing & Compressed Gases
State/Region:
Australia
5990
views since 08/02/2017
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Sowing Contractors
State/Region:
Victoria
306
views since 08/02/2017
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Avocado Industry & Market Data Capture & Analysis
State/Region:
Australia
1960
views since 07/02/2017
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Impact of Large Earth Bumble Bees on the Tasmanian Ecosystem
State/Region:
Tasmania
977
views since 07/02/2017
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20 Most Recently Closed Business Opportunities

Land for Lease
Organisation:
Te Tumu Paeroa
State/Region:
New Zealand
235
views since 06/02/2017
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    NZ-755206
    Notice Type: Registration of Interest
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: New Zealand
    Closing Date: 24/02/2017

    TE TUMU PAEROA. LAND FOR LEASE. TE AWAITI 1B2B2A (APPROXIMATELY 51 HA) AWAITI ROAD, PAEROA
    Expressions of interest are invited for a lease of up to 7 years of the above land.
    Expressions of Interest close at 5:00pm, Friday, 24 February 2017.
    Information packs are available by emailing Maureen Tinkler at Maureen.tinkler@tetumupaeroa.co.nz

Improving Pollen Distribution in Greenhouse Crops
Organisation:
Horticulture Innovation Australia Limited
State/Region:
Australia
926
views since 01/02/2017
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-754786
    Notice Type: Request for Proposal
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Australia
    Closing Date: 24/02/2017

    HORTICULTURE INNOVATION AUSTRALIA LIMITED. IMPROVING POLLEN DISTRIBUTION IN GREENHOUSE CROPS: INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY DRIVEN METHODS FOR INCREASED SEED YIELD.
    REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL.
    Closes: 5pm (Sydney time), Friday 24 February 2017.
    Request for Proposal: Improving pollen distribution in greenhouse crops: innovative technology driven methods for increased seed yield (PH16005).
    Horticulture Innovation Australia Limited (Hort Innovation) is seeking proposals from suitability qualified and experienced organisations to provide research and development services and associated co-investment for the following project.
    The project, Improving pollen distribution in greenhouse crops: innovative technology driven methods for increased seed yield (PH16005), sits within the theme of 'Optimise crop pollination efficiency' under the Pollination Strategic Co-Investment (Pool 2) fund.
    The key objective of this program is to:· Conduct trials utilising innovative tools and technology to increase crop yields under greenhouse conditions through improved crop pollination.
    Hort Innovation has prepared a Request for Proposal (RFP) document that provides background information, outlines the scope of services, the procurement process and the information required from interested parties.
    This RFP may be downloaded from: www.tenders.net (you will need to be a member of tenders.net to access).
    The closing date for responses is 5pm, Friday 24 February 2017 (AEST).
    Documents available from Internet Site http://horticulture.com.au/tenders/

Managing Flies for Crop Pollination
Organisation:
Horticulture Innovation Australia Limited
State/Region:
Australia
1342
views since 01/02/2017
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-754784
    Notice Type: Request for Proposal
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Australia
    Closing Date: 24/02/2017

    HORTICULTURE INNOVATION AUSTRALIA LIMITED. REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL. MANAGING FLIES FOR CROP POLLINATION.
    Closes: 5pm (Sydney time), Friday 24 February 2017.
    Request for Proposal: Managing flies for crop pollination (PH16002).
    Horticulture Innovation Australia Limited (Hort Innovation) is seeking proposals from suitability qualified and experienced organisations to provide research and development services and associated co-investment for the following project.
    The project, Managing flies for crop pollination (PH16002), sits within the theme of 'Identify alternate crop pollinators' under the Pollination Strategic Co-Investment (Pool 2) fund.
    The key objectives of this program are to:· Identify relevant fly species to improve pollination services for the Australian horticulture in protected cropping and field conditions
    · To assess the potential and impact of flies as an alternate crop pollinator and identify the pathways for commercialisation and for wider horticulture industry use.
    Hort Innovation has prepared a Request for Proposal (RFP) document that provides background information, outlines the scope of services, the procurement process and the information required from interested parties.
    This RFP may be downloaded from: www.tenders.net (you will need to be a member of tenders.net to access).
    The closing date for responses is 5pm, Friday 24 February 2017 (AEST).
    Documents available from Internet Site http://horticulture.com.au/tenders/

Better Pollination, Fruit Retention & Nutrient Distribution
Organisation:
Horticulture Innovation Australia Limited
State/Region:
Australia
908
views since 01/02/2017
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-754782
    Notice Type: Request for Proposal
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Australia
    Closing Date: 24/02/2017

    HORTICULTURE INNOVATION AUSTRALIA LIMITED. Request for Proposal. INCREASING YIELD AND QUALITY IN TROPICAL HORTICULTURE WITH BETTER POLLINATION, FRUIT RETENTION AND NUTRIENT DISTRIBUTION.
    Closes: 5pm (Sydney time), Friday 24 February 2017.
    Request for Proposal: Increasing yield and quality in tropical horticulture with better pollination, fruit retention and nutrient distribution (PH16001).
    Horticulture Innovation Australia Limited (Hort Innovation) is seeking proposals from suitability qualified and experienced organisations to provide research and development services and associated co-investment for the following project.
    The project, Increasing yield and quality in tropical horticulture with better pollination, fruit retention and nutrient distribution (PH16001) will sit within the theme of 'Optimise crop pollination efficiency' under the Pollination fund.
    The key objectives of this program are to:· Increase farm gate profitability by increasing yield and quality through better understanding of crop nutrition during crop pollination
    · Improve understanding on the effect of cross pollination on fruit quality
    Hort Innovation has prepared a Request for Proposal (RFP) document that provides background information, outlines the scope of services, the procurement process and the information required from interested parties.
    This RFP may be downloaded from: www.tenders.net (you will need to be a member of tenders.net to access).
    The closing date for responses is 5pm, Friday 24 February 2017 (AEST).
    Documents available from Internet Site http://horticulture.com.au/tenders/

Stingless Bees as Effective Managed Pollinators
Organisation:
Horticulture Innovation Australia Limited
State/Region:
Australia
1351
views since 01/02/2017
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-754781
    Notice Type: Request for Proposal
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Australia
    Closing Date: 24/02/2017

    HORTICULTURE INNOVATION AUSTRALIA LIMITED. Request for Proposal. STINGLESS BEES AS EFFECTIVE MANAGED POLLINATORS FOR AUSTRALIAN HORTICULTURE.
    Closes: 5pm (Sydney time), Friday 24 February 2017.
    Request for Proposal: Stingless bees as effective managed pollinators for Australian horticulture (PH16000).
    Horticulture Innovation Australia Limited (Hort Innovation) is seeking proposals from suitability qualified and experienced organisations to provide research and development services and associated co-investment for the following project.
    The proposed research work will provide better understanding on the potential use of stingless bees as alternate crop pollinators in Australian horticulture.
    The project, Stingless bees as effective managed pollinators for Australian horticulture (PH16000), sits within the theme of 'Identify alternate crop pollinators' under the Pollination Strategic Co-Investment (Pool 2) fund.
    The key objectives of this program are to:· Identify Australian stingless bee species to improve pollination services for the Australian horticulture
    · Identify knowledge gaps in the basic biology and efficient propagation and management of stingless bees in a range of horticulture crops and cropping / climatic conditions.
    Hort Innovation has prepared a Request for Proposal (RFP) document that provides background information, outlines the scope of services, the procurement process and the information required from interested parties.
    This RFP may be downloaded from: www.tenders.net (you will need to be a member of tenders.net to access).
    The closing date for responses is 5pm, Friday 24 February 2017 (AEST).
    Documents available from Internet Site http://horticulture.com.au/tenders/

Commercial Partners for New Phytophthora Root Rot Resistant Avocado Rootstock
Organisation:
Horticulture Innovation Australia
State/Region:
New South Wales
547
views since 23/12/2016
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-751929
    Notice Type: Expression of Interest
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: New South Wales
    Closing Date: 24/02/2017

    HORTICULTURE INNOVATION AUSTRALIA LIMITED. EXPRESSION OF INTEREST: COMMERCIAL PARTNERS FOR NEW PHYTOPHTHORA ROOT ROT RESISTANT AVOCADO ROOTSTOCK (AV15005).
    Horticulture Innovation Australia Limited (Hort Innovation) is calling for Expressions of Interest (EOI) from all capable commercial entities in the nursery and avocado industry for the Australian licence to evaluate and commercialise a new Phytophthora root rot resistant avocado rootstock.
    The new rootstock was developed from the Australian avocado industry 'Rootstock Improvement Program'. This program was led by Sunshine Horticultural Services Pty Ltd (SHS) and funded by Hort Innovation and levy-paying avocado growers.
    The rootstock with the experiential code 'SHSR-04' was identified in 2004 as an escape tree in an orchard infested with Phytophthora root rot. Subsequent field evaluation of a population of 'Hass' trees propagated to cloned 'SHSR-04' rootstock demonstrated a high level of resistance to Phytophthora root rot. While a full evaluation of the rootstock across different environments is yet to be completed, its minimum performance is expected to be similar to that of current commercially available Phytophthora root rot resistant rootstock, 'Dusa'.
    The licensing rights to be provided to successful partners will include rights for evaluation with the option for commercial rights for the propagation and sale of the rootstock in Australia.
    Applicants will need to demonstrate experience in the following key areas:· Capability to produce high quality clonal rootstocks for use across a range of avocado varieties
    · Capability to produce high quality avocado varieties propagated to clonal rootstocks;
    · Demonstrated systems in risk management. The preferred licensee shall be Avocado Nursery Voluntary Accreditation Scheme (ANVAS) or Nursery Industry Accreditation Scheme Australia (NIASA) accredited
    · Capability to conduct commercial scale evaluation of rootstocks
    · Capacity to market and sell quality rootstocks within the Australian avocado industry
    · Capacity to manage IP and commercial arrangements related to the protection and commercialisation of rootstocks in Australia.
    Hort Innovation recognises that there are a limited number of companies with expertise in clonal rootstock propagation. In developing a response to the EOI, Hort Innovation welcomes submissions from both individual entities or from joint applicants that combine the skill and expertise of one partner's capabilities in clonal propagator with that of an experienced nursery that has the skills and resources to support sales of final material across the Australian avocado industry.
    The due date for responses to the EOI is 5:00pm on
    24 February 2017.
    Previous applications need not re-apply and will be considered with the evaluation.
    To obtain details of the performance of the rootstock, key licensing terms, selection criteria and requirements for responding to the EOI, please send a request to TechMAC at: admin@techmac.com.au
    For any questions you have regarding the EOI process, please contact Dallas Gibb, Managing Director, TechMAC Pty Ltd on mobile: 0458-385-278.
    Further assistance - responding to commercial brief.
    Technical enquires regarding rootstock: Tony Whiley,
    Sunshine Horticulture Services (SHS).
    Phone: 0427-411-541. Email: whileys@bigpond.com
    Requirements of EOI or questions on licensing arrangement:
    Anthony Kachenko, R&D Lead, Horticulture Innovation Australia.
    Phone: (02) 8295-2343. Mobile: 0429-221-443.
    Email: anthony.kachenko@horticulture.com.au
    or
    Dallas Gibb, Managing Director, TechMAC Pty Ltd.
    Phone: (07) 4638-5278. Mobile: 0458-385-278.
    Email: dallas@techmac.com.au
    Documents available from Internet Site: http://horticulture.com.au/tenders/

Gelding Horse For Sale
Organisation:
Mount Isa City Council
State/Region:
North West (Queensland)
411
views since 20/02/2017
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-756994
    Notice Type: Request for Tender
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: North West (Queensland)
    Closing Date: 24/02/2017

    MOUNT ISA CITY COUNCIL. GELDING HORSE LL003-2017 HORSE TENDER.
    The Mount Isa City Council invites tender submissions for the sale of· 1 x Gelding Horse
    · 9yr old Male
    · Brown
    Sealed tenders, suitably endorsed, should be lodged at the tender box, Mount Isa City Council, 23 West Street, Mount Isa, Queensland, 4825, or alternatively electronically to: city@mountisa.qld.gov.au and handed over the counter, on or before 4:00pm Friday 24 February 2017.
    Appointments for viewing of the horse will need to be made through our Local Laws Administration Office on 4747-3200 if required.
    For more information regarding the above tender, please contact the Local Law Officer, Tim Graham, on (07) 4747-3200.
    Michael Kitzelmann, Chief Executive Officer, PO Box 815, Mount Isa, Qld 4825.

REOI - Purchase of Forestry Estate
Organisation:
Kaipara District Council
State/Region:
Northland
756
views since 12/12/2016
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    KAIPAR-750697
    Notice Type: Expression of Interest
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Northland
    Closing Date: 24/02/2017

    Kaipara District Council (Council) wishes to receive Expressions of Interest (EOI) from parties wishing to purchase Council's Forestry Estate.

Develop Guide on the Impact of Pesticides
Organisation:
Horticulture Innovation Australia
State/Region:
Australia
1876
views since 30/01/2017
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-754408
    Notice Type: Request for Proposal
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Australia
    Closing Date: 23/02/2017

    HORTICULTURE INNOVATION AUSTRALIA. IMPACT OF PESTICIDES ON BENEFICIAL ARTHROPODS OF IMPORTANCE IN AUSTRALIAN VEGETABLE PRODUCTION.
    Request for Proposal: VG16067.
    Horticulture Innovation Australia (Hort Innovation) is seeking a suitably qualified, experienced and capable service provider to develop a guide on the impact of pesticides on beneficial arthropods that are of importance to Australian vegetable production.
    The overarching objective of the project is for growers and advisors to be well informed about the impact of pesticides on key beneficial arthropods relevant to Australian vegetable production. To do this, a management guide on the impact of pesticides on beneficials by crop type will be developed by:· Identifying what pesticides are approved and used for vegetable crops in Australia
    · Reviewing existing data on what disruptive effects the pesticides have on key beneficials relevant to the vegetable industry
    · Filling knowledge gaps by undertaking scientifically robust trials on the impact of pesticides on the beneficials
    · Synthesising information into a user-friendly guide for growers and advisors
    · Delivering updates and the guide to growers and their advisors.
    The intended outcome the project is that vegetable growers and advisors are better informed on the impacts of different pesticides on beneficial arthropods of importance and that it can be used as part of an IPM strategy.
    Hort Innovation has prepared a Request for Proposal (RFP) document that provides background information, outlines the scope of services, the procurement process and the information required from interested parties.
    This RFP may be downloaded from: www.tenders.net (you will need to be a member of tenders.net to access).
    The closing date for responses is 5.00 pm (AEST), Thursday 23 February 2017.

Update of Nursery Industry Weed Risk Assessment Tool
Organisation:
Horticulture Innovation Australia
State/Region:
New South Wales
2327
views since 25/01/2017
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-754015
    Notice Type: Request for Proposal
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: New South Wales
    Closing Date: 23/02/2017

    HORTICULTURE INNOVATION AUSTRALIA. REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: UPDATE OF NURSERY INDUSTRY WEED RISK ASSESSMENT TOOL (NY16006).
    Horticulture Innovation Australia (Hort Innovation) is seeking a suitably qualified, experienced and capable service provider to undertake the project:
    Update of nursery industry Weed Risk Assessment Tool (NY16006).
    You can view the current tool here: http://plantrisktool.com.au/
    The objectives of Program are to:· review the 1,000 plants in the tool
    · identify gaps in the tool
    · expand the tool to include new plant material
    · carry out an update of the website
    · communicate the value of the tool through the nursery industry's existing communication pathways.
    The intended outcome of the project is that nursery growers will have access to information about the weediness potential of a greater number of plants, and that this will be a useful marketing tool for increasing sales in the industry.
    Hort Innovation has prepared a Request for Proposal (RFP) document that provides background information, outlines the scope of services, the procurement process and the information required from interested parties.
    This RFP and documentation may be downloaded from: www.tenders.net
    (you will need to be a member of tenders.net to access).
    The closing date for responses is Thursday 23 February 2017 at 5.00pm (AEST).
    Documents available from Internet Site: http://horticulture.com.au/tenders/

Land Available for Leasing
Organisation:
Orange City Council
State/Region:
New South Wales
382
views since 13/02/2017
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-756119
    Notice Type: Expression of Interest
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: New South Wales
    Closing Date: 22/02/2017

    ORANGE CITY COUNCIL. EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST. ORANGE CITY COUNCIL - LAND AVAILABLE FOR LEASING.
    Orange City Council is seeking expressions of interest from the public for persons wishing to lease 40.83 ha of farming land within the vicinity of Orange Airport.
    Expressions of interest are invited for a 12 month period with a possible 12 month extension.
    For an Information Package, please contact Council's Legal and Property Team on (02) 6393-8000.
    All submissions should be clearly marked 'Expression of Interest - Leasing 110 Morris Lane Huntley - PR26322'.
    The closing date for expressions of interest is 5:00pm on Wednesday, 22nd February 2017.
    Customer Enquiries & After Hours Telephone: 1300-650-511. Fax: 6393-8199. Email: council@orange.nsw.gov.au 135 Byng Street, Orange, NSW 2800.
    G Styles, General Manager. Website: www.orange.nsw.gov.au

RFQ 19.17 - Hydromulch - Onslow Road Mixed Business Lot, WA
Organisation:
Shire of Ashburton
State/Region:
Western Australia
1261
views since 08/02/2017
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    ASHBRT-755650
    Notice Type: Request for Quotation
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Western Australia
    Closing Date: 22/02/2017

    The Shire of Ashburton owns freehold Lot 9500 Onslow Road, Onslow; adjacent to the Onslow Airport.
    To mitigate dust issues, the Shire of Ashburton is seeking quotations from suitably qualified and experienced contractors to Hydromulch a portion of the lot.

Determine Economic Thresholds: Pest Reducing
Organisation:
Grains Research and Development Corporation
State/Region:
Australia
1184
views since 09/01/2017
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-752261
    Notice Type: Request for Tender
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Australia
    Closing Date: 20/02/2017

    GRAINS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION. ECONOMIC THRESHOLDS FOR THE MAJOR PESTS REDUCING PROFITABILITY IN THE AUSTRALIAN GRAINS INDUSTRY.
    ATM ID: PROC 9174838.
    Agency: Grains Research and Development Corporation.
    Close Date & Time: 20 February 2017 at 5.00 pm (ACT Local Time).
    Location: ACT, NSW, VIC, SA, WA, QLD, NT, TAS.
    ATM Type: Request for Tender.
    Description: The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) is a statutory corporation established under the Primary Industries Research and Development Act 1989. It is subject to accountability and reporting obligations set out in the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013. It is responsible for planning, investing in and overseeing research and development, and delivering improvements in production, sustainability and profitability across the Australian grains industry.
    Thresholds are not known for many insects. There are also questions as to the reliability of the published thresholds. How, where and when was the data generated and is it still relevant? Has a change in crop type, architecture, management and resistance levels (e.g. midge resistance, more pods on canola branches) changed the economic threshold? Is there an effective means of developing thresholds? Can data be generated using a region wide paddock sampling program and/or modelling?
    There are over a hundred invertebrate species that damage crops in the Australian grains industry. The presence of a pest in a crop is not an automatic trigger for control. Attempting to prevent all damage is usually uneconomic. Economic thresholds (ETs) help to rationalise the use of pesticides, and are one of the keys to profitable pest management. ETs can be defined as the pest population size likely to cause damage equal in value to the cost of control (pesticide plus application). The GRDC Grains Pest Advisory Committee (GPAC) recently produced a paper, 'Economic thresholds for pest management in the grains industry'. After a review of ETs (2014), it was revealed that in most cases none existed or those that did had limited usefulness. The grains industry requires additional and better thresholds that can guide their judgments on pest control.
    The following methods are available to establish ETs:
    1. An evaluation of existing tacit knowledge held by experienced agronomists and entomologists, then testing the validity of the existing ETs.
    2. Undertake detailed field and laboratory research (most expensive approach; would only be justified for key pests for which the potential impact on crops cannot be estimated).
    3. Computer modelling and simulation. These mechanisms provide valuable and much less expensive ways of examining complex biotic and abiotic interactions that might influence ETs, and provide scope to assess the performance of nominal thresholds. However, the need for research to establish the crop loss inflicted by each species is likely to remain, as it is a key component of modelling interactions between plant and pest. Similarly, the use of proxies for ETs, such as risk factors, can be a legitimate and practical alternative approach.
    4. Determination if a nominal (subjective, without an empirical basis) or dynamic (flexible, e.g. seasonal price fluctuations) threshold is required.
    This GRDC investment is to deliver:
    By October 2017, a written report delivered to GRDC describing the plans to determine thresholds and a priority listing of crop x pest thresholds for each region. The report will include findings from at least 5 information-gathering workshops held in each region, and will include input from SAGI regarding statistical analysis of proposed trials.
    Detail: At least 5 regional information-gathering workshops are to be convened in each GRDC region (North, South and West). The workshop convener will in consultation with the GRDC, first identify, engage and select relevant experts, including key agronomists and entomologists, to participate in each of the workshops. Workshop participants will assist to propose suitable methodology to undertake the work on the pest x crop priorities for each region, as identified in the report prepared by the Grains Pest Advisory Committee (GPAC).
    The report will include:· Tacit knowledge used by agronomists on thresholds.
    · Justified priority listing of pest x crop for each region.
    · Proposed methodology to determine thresholds (e.g. field experimentation, glasshouse microcosm, field evaluation of tacit knowledge of agronomists, field validation from other regions, computer modelling and simulation) and why this method was chosen over other methodologies.
    · Incorporation of beneficials into the dynamic thresholds, where appropriate.
    · Consideration of crop recovery factors.
    · Consultation with SAGI regarding the proposed field trial numbers/designs etc.
    The report will be submitted to the GRDC for approval prior to any further work occurring.
    Other Instructions: Tenderers must familiarise themselves with further information found at https://grdc.com.au/Apply/Current-Tenders/PROC 9174838 - Economic thresholds for the major pests reducing profitability in the Australian grains industry including terms and conditions of participation, required form of response and draft contract.
    Conditions for Participation:
    1. The Applicant must be a single legal entity or recognised firm of partners.
    2. The Applicant must be financially viable. For the purposes of this condition, 'financially viable' means that the Tenderer has not had any of the following events occur in respect of it:
    (a) a meeting of creditors being called or held within the past five years;
    (b) the appointment of a liquidator, provisional liquidator or administrator within the past five years;
    (c) the appointment of a controller (as defined in section 9 of the Corporations Act (2001), or analogous person appointed, including in respect of any of its property within the past five years;
    (d) a failure to comply with a statutory demand in respect of the payment of any debt;
    (e) an inability to pay debts as they fall due or otherwise becoming insolvent;
    (f) becoming incapable of managing its own affairs for any reason;
    (g) taking any step resulting in insolvency under administration (as defined in section 9 of the Corporations Act 2001);
    (h) entering into a compromise or arrangement with, or assignment for the benefit of, any of its creditors, or any analogous event.
    3. The Applicant and any proposed subcontractor must be compliant with the Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012.
    4. The Applicant must include in its application details of any known circumstances that may give rise to an actual or potential Conflict of Interest with GRDC in responding to this procurement. The Applicant's response will be taken into account in the evaluation.
    Timeframe for Delivery: May 2017 - December 2017.
    Address for Lodgement: By portal submission only at https://access.grdc.com.au/
    Document(s) Contact Name: Wendy Bosci. P: (02) 6166-4559. E: wendy.bosci@grdc.com.au
    Document(s) Contact Email: wendy.bosci@grdc.com.au
    This information is subject to change and should be verified on the AusTender Website. Documents available from Internet Site:
    https://www.tenders.gov.au/?event=public.advert.show&AdvertUUID=01F86A70-DCDA-2A05-DDC28653B3ABC1C9

Pavement Surfacing
Organisation:
Southern Grampians Shire Council
State/Region:
Barwon South West (Victoria)
1589
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-754288
    Notice Type: Request for Tender
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Barwon South West (Victoria)
    Closing Date: 20/02/2017

    SOUTHERN GRAMPIANS SHIRE COUNCIL. HAMILTON REGIONAL LIVESTOCK EXCHANGE PAVEMENT SURFACING.
    Tender 42-16.
    Closing: 20 February 2017 at 2.00 pm AEDT.
    A Master Plan was developed in 2011, with the purpose of clearly articulating options for the future development of the Hamilton Regional Livestock Exchange. Stages 1 and 2 have been completed, with 3 and 4 due to commence 2017. A major component of the works will include the sealing/ asphalting of the truck and car movement areas. The Southern Grampians Shire Council (SGSC) is seeking to engage a suitable contractor to: · Provide specifications for the design and application of the wearing course
    · Supply and construct the wearing course.
    Documents available from Internet Site:
    https://www.tendersearch.com.au/sthgrampians/

RFQ 11.17 - Supply and Deliver of Stock Crossing Grids - Tom Price WA
Organisation:
Shire of Ashburton
State/Region:
Western Australia
1021
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    ASHBRT-753990
    Notice Type: Request for Quotation
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Western Australia
    Closing Date: 20/02/2017

    The Shire of Ashburton is seeking the supply and delivery of stock crossing grids as part of some up-coming road works.

Land for Lease
Organisation:
Te Tumu Paeroa
State/Region:
Taranaki
247
views since 13/02/2017
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    NZ-756014
    Notice Type: Request for Tender
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Taranaki
    Closing Date: 17/02/2017

    TE TUMU PAEROA . LAND FOR LEASE. Komene 7A & Komene 7D, Komene Road, Puniho, Coastal Taranaki.
    Expressions of interest are invited for a lease of 32.3748 hectares (7A-24.2811 and 7D-8.0937) situated on Komene Road, Puniho, 5 km from Okato. Access is gained from Komene Road. Two coastal blocks which are farmed as one. Flat contour dissected by a main creek and watercourses. Good culvert crossing provides vehicle and stock access. No stockyards. Haybarn 3 bay. Properties are boundary fenced and subdivided into 8 paddocks. No Power. Land currently bring utilised for Dairy support. Available from May 2017. The term of lease shall be no longer than six years.
    Te Tumu Paeroa is under no obligation to accept highest, or any offer.
    Expressions of Interest close at 5:00pm, Friday, 17 February 2017.
    For further details contact Nannette Puohotaua, Property Officer, Te Tumu Paeroa, Whanganui,
    Phone: (06) 348-0521. Email: nanette.puohotaua@tetumupaeroa.co.nz

Land for Lease
Organisation:
Te Tumu Paeroa
State/Region:
Manawatu
250
views since 13/02/2017
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    NZ-756007
    Notice Type: Expression of Interest
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Manawatu
    Closing Date: 17/02/2017

    TE TUMU PAEROA. LAND FOR LEASE. Carnavon 387A Section 5 Rangiotu Road, Himatangi-Palmerston North Road.
    Expressions of interest are invited for a lease of 80.9220 hectares situated on Rangotu Road (southern Side), Himatangi-Palmerston North Road9 (previously State Highway 56). 3kms east of Himitangi or 26 kms south west of Palmerston North. Access is gained from Rangiotu Road. Flat to easy undulating contour. Property boundary fenced and subdivided into 14 paddocks. A central race runs from the road entrance to the southern end of the property. Small basis set of yards with loading race. Pump shed with power connected. Reticulated trough supply. Land currently bring utilised for Dairy support. Available from May 2017. The term of lease shall be no longer than six years.
    Te Tumu Paeroa is under no obligation to accept highest, or any offer.
    Expressions of Interest close at 5:00pm, Friday, 17 February 2017.
    For further details contact Nannette Puohotaua, Property Officer, Te Tumu Paeroa, Whanganui,
    Phone: (06) 348-0521. Email: nanette.puohotaua@tetumupaeroa.co.nz

Healthy Homes Index
Organisation:
Horticulture Innovation Australia Limited
State/Region:
Australia
2321
views since 01/02/2017
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-754779
    Notice Type: Request for Proposal
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Australia
    Closing Date: 17/02/2017

    HORTICULTURE INNOVATION AUSTRALIA LIMITED. REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL. HEALTHY HOMES INDEX.
    Closes: 5pm (Sydney time), Friday 17 February 2017.
    Request for Proposal: Healthy Homes Index (NY16008).
    Horticulture Innovation Australia (Hort Innovation) is seeking suitably qualified, experienced and capable service providers to develop a Healthy Homes Index based on research to support the nursery industry 202020 Vision consumer marketing campaign.
    The objectives of the services are to help Hort Innovation and the nursery industry to:· Identify existing research that substantiates the claim that plants have health and wellbeing benefits
    · Identify a list of plants that can be curated into themed, inspirational 'looks' that can be used as promotional material for the 202020 Vision
    · Develop a digital app that takes consumers through a user journey of understanding the health benefits of plants, applying a 'look' to their home and leading them to a purchase decision.
    Hort Innovation has prepared a Request for Proposal (RFP) document that provides background information, outlines the scope of services, the procurement process and the information required from interested parties.
    This RFP may be downloaded from: www.tenders.net (you will need to be a member of tenders.net to access).
    The closing date for responses is 5pm (Sydney time), February 17, 2017.

Invited - Vegetation Condition - Bio-condition Assessment
Organisation:
Dept of Transport & Main Roads
State/Region:
Queensland
922
views since 06/02/2017
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-755174
    Notice Type: Request for Tender
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Queensland
    Closing Date: 16/02/2017

    DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT AND MAIN ROADS - North Coast Region - Program Delivery and Operations. NCD160333 (INVITED) TENDER - VEGETATION CONDITION - BIO-CONDITION ASSESSMENT (BASELINE).
    Closing 12:00pm 16 February 2017.
    Documents available from Internet Site: https://www.hpw.qld.gov.au/qtenders/tender/search/tender-search.do?CSRFNONCE=4159F6C315091361B57FC544A58F645E&action=search-from-main-page&keywords=NCD160333&as_sfid=AAAAAAWQ01iM_BaDo1OMXuXIQ-SvM2m0qfcf-QBG0VfVc88u5ZD-FSWIWyqImjboS_V_JlNLsoPgyE1aeCOiNV6ChLNhQog-jVio1oGxejcwZRbR21vXFGh1vkVhKyTpW6YjIgY%3D&as_fid=d46d9f46ed4b8f46697667bc7a3dd74972692cdc

Lease Portion of Land
Organisation:
Northampton Shire Council
State/Region:
Western Australia
347
views since 21/12/2016
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    Tenderlink Ref:
    AU-751666
    Notice Type: Expression of Interest
    Price Range: Not Specified
    Region: Western Australia
    Closing Date: 15/02/2017

    SHIRE OF NORTHAMPTON. EXPRESSIONS INTEREST. LEASE PORTION OF LOT 101 MITCHELL STREET, HORROCKS. Expressions of Interest are invited from interested persons to lease a portion of Council owned Lot 101 on the corner of Mitchell and Glance Streets, Horrocks.
    Lease area is approximately 7,650m2.
    The land is zoned 'Town Centre' under Town Planning Scheme No. 10. The objective of the zoning is to accommodate a range of mixed uses in order to foster a sense of community and strong local identity. There are varied uses for this lot and some that are discretionary and not approved unless a scheme amendment applies.
    Interested persons should contact Council's Town Planning Department to clarify uses of the land.
    All Expressions of Interest must include the intended use of the land and time frame for when that intended use is to commence, the annual rent to be paid to Council and the number of years the land is to be leased.
    The successful lessee will be responsible for all costs associated with the preparation and registering of a l ease.
    The portion of land is only made available for lease and will not be available for outright sale to any potential lessee or other interested persons.
    Expressions of Interest must be received by the undersigned by 3.00pm Wednesday 15 February 2017, sealed in an envelope which is to be clearly marked 'EOI Lot 101 Lease', by either post to PO Box 61, Northampton, or in person. EOI can be submitted by email to: ceo@northampton.wa.gov.au subject to contact being made with the Chief Executive Officer prior to email being sent.
    All general enquiries regarding this expression of interest are to be directed to the undersigned on 9934-1202.
    Garry Keeffe, Chief Executive Officer.
    Details available from Internet Site: http://www.northampton.wa.gov.au/news/25/expressions-of-interest-lease-of-land-in-horrocks

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