Dr Jack Mooney, CEO of Provenance Propagation

AU: “Best practice hygiene protocols as well as pest and disease mitigation are at the forefront of our facility design”

Western Sydney University has taken receipt of advanced grafted eggplants from NSW mid-north coast propagator, Provenance Propagation.

Provenance is currently finishing construction of its high-tech propagation facility in Well Crossing, NSW. Built by APEX Greenhouses, the facility boasts targeted irrigation systems and specialized climate capability to deliver premium plants to their clients.

“Best practice hygiene protocols, as well as pest and disease mitigation, are at the forefront of our facility design,” says CEO Dr. Jack Mooney.

The grafted eggplants will be housed in Western Sydney University’s greenhouse research facility. Built by APEX Greenhouses in 2017, the University’s greenhouse is designed specifically for the controlled research of greenhouse crop production, helping to increase protected cropping outcomes for the industry. 

Provenance Propagation is excited to be able to provide high-quality plant material for vital industry research and is dedicated to helping Australian growers and the environment.

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