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Here’s a wrap-up of the most insightful content we’ve produced to get you up to speed. Getting The Most Out of gpVision™ Getting Started, gpVision The pursuit of understanding is key to unlocking the optimal performance and benefits that a system can offer.... GP Graders Relationship With Milbor... Blueberries, Getting Started, gpVision Milbor PMC is...
April 27, 2023
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Infantino Orchards Grader Upgrade Project

Infantino United Fruit are a fruit grower located in the Swan Hill region of Victoria. They operate over 480 acres of land and have been in the fresh produce growing industry for over 60 years. Their crop includes peaches, nectarines, and persimmons. Project Summary With international exports opening and a more favourable growing season, Infantino…

March 27, 2023
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Transforming pack-house operations with remarkable technology

It’s been a journey. And like most worthwhile adventures, there are trials and tribulations along the way. When you’re developing a hyper-intelligent automated solution for the high-speed sorting of an immensely variable, natural product like fruit, you know you’re going to come up against some challenges and as such, it remains ever-important to remain open-minded…

December 20, 2022
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GP Graders at Hort Connections 2022

Australia and New Zealand’s premiere horticulture event, Hort Connections, took place back in June and GP Graders’ Director, Stuart Payne and Head of Design, Timothy Stack were there to meet with some of the best in the business. The annual Hort Connections trade show brings together growers, exhibitors and sponsors from across all sections of…

November 4, 2022
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AirJet® Blueberry Grader Described as a Gem

We spoke to Dave at Yanchep Springs recently about how their new AirJet® Blueberry Grader is running. Suffice to say, the entire crew is elated with the results so far. Internationally trained, third-generation orchardist, David Mazzardis and his wife Leasa, supply blueberry seedlings and plants to most states in Australia, and many countries around the…

August 19, 2021
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Main Range Orchard ‘thrilled’ with the results

Main Range Orchard, like most of the cherry farms in the Young & Orange areas have had a bumper year with excellent yields, no frost and minimal damage from pests. The only major setbacks were the late rain and hail that damaged a substantial amount of crops. Still, it hasn’t stopped Tim & Neil Wells…

June 24, 2021
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Central Queensland grower pilots new MultiView™ camera system for snack tomatoes (via Fresh Plaza)

In March 2021, the GP Graders team travelled to Bundaberg in Central Queensland to pilot its first MultiView™ camera system for cherry and mini Roma tomatoes, collectively nicknamed, ‘snack’ tomatoes. Read On…

June 15, 2021
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Blueberry AirJet® Grader on it’s way to Western Australia

The global pandemic may very well have pulled the handbrake up on many projects across the globe but for GP Graders, it’s seen an uptick in business with the demand for smarter production solutions more important than ever before. For Dave & Leasa Mazzardis, the decision to bring in electronic grading machines was a foregone…

May 31, 2021
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Wandin Valley Farms, working with GP Graders.

Wandin Valley Farms’ relationship with GP Graders began in 1984. Since then Wandin Valley Farms have continued to grow and over these years with six new machinery installations from GP Graders in 1984, 1991, 1995, 2002, 2012 & 2018, each machine installation doubling their production capacity. For this 2018 season, which kicks off within two…

October 31, 2018
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