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Crop Care Workers

Flavorite Hydroponic Tomatoes Warragul, Victoria

2nd Year Visa Eligible

Job Description

Flavorite is looking for Crop workers to join our friendly and supportive team.

Duties may include but are not limited to:

*Twisting – Training the plants to grow up the string supports *Truss Pruning – Selecting the best fruit to achieve optimal truss production *Layering – Lowering the plants for picking and de-leafing *De-leafing – Removing leaves to improve the growth of the plants and to make the next harvesting truss visible *Other duties such as arch supports, crop spraying, and identifying crop pests and diseases where required *This department works in a greenhouse

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Flavorite is one of Australia’s largest glasshouse producers of fresh fruit and vegetables. Flavorite grow, market, distribute and supply premium fresh produce which is full of flavour both nationally and internationally. The driving force behind the Flavorite story is our people. Our team continue to push the boundaries in the agricultural space and innovate to ensure we produce the best tasting produce all year round whilst minimising our impact on the environment. Join us in creating a healthy and sustainable tomorrow. We have a strong culture that is underpinned by our family values and a thirst for continuous improvement. Our workforce is diverse and our technical capabilities are best in class within the agricultural industry.

Postcode: 3820 (Warragul, Victoria)

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Flavorite Hydroponic Tomatoes

Member since: October 2020

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