By Megan Dean, 10 August 2019
Bundaberg is home to the Asia Pacific headquarters of international company Multikraft Probiotics which is producing liquid probiotics for growers throughout Australia.
From its showcase farm located in Welcome Creek its range of products are developed in conjunction with blueberry, mango and macadamia farming.
By Megan Dean, 7 August 2019
A Bundaberg farm is in the midst of its first blueberry season, aiming to produce 100,000 punnets of the fruit this year.
Multikraft Australian Biotech Agricultural Centre of Excellence part owner Jilli O’Brien said she had 7500 blueberry plants on their showcase farm that were currently fruiting, including four different varieties.
Logan City Council Magazine, April 2018
Bill Hoare, Chief Business Development Officer/General Manager of Multikraft Probiotics Australia, first heard of Tan’s difficulties in re-establishing himself a few weeks after the foods.
As a former Toowoomba-based farmer, who decidedly to reluctantly leave life on the land two years after the devastating floods in 2011, Bill said he felt compelled to offer his help.
By Gabrielle Easter, 2016
Multikraft Probiotics has opened its Australian headquarters, bringing its sustainable probiotic products to local growers.
Sustainable and profitable. That’s how Multikraft Probiotics Australia CEO Conor O’Brien describes the cost benefits of reducing chemical fertilisers and using an integrated crop care system that focuses on soil health.
By Good Fruit & Vegetables, 21 December 2015
BRANCHING OUT: Multikraft Probiotics Australia chief executive officer Conor O’Brien inspects mangoes at the new national headquarters, the Multikraft Australian Biotech Agricultural Centre of Excellence (BACE) in Bundaberg, Qld.
Biological soil improvement company Multikraft Probiotics Australia has established a new facility in the horticulture hub of Bundaberg, Queensland.
By Kallee Buchanan, 10 November 2015
A European expert has teamed up with Queensland farmers to trial using microbes to improve soil health on Australian farms. Twenty years ago Lukas Hader’s family developed a range of probiotics in Austria to make bio-dynamic fertiliser, which he said could reduce inputs and improve yields.
By Ashley Walmsley, 6 March 2015
A LIKELY increase in the protection of the Great Barrier Reef will put greater focus on greener farming methods.
The new Queensland Labor Government has appointed Member for Mount Coot-tha Steven Miles as Minister for the Great Barrier Reef, a move that suggests it will adhere to its pre-election promise to spending some $100 million over five years to reduce damage to the Great Barrier Reef.