|4 July - 31 July 2022||Total 2021/22 harvest**|
|Viterra total receivals*||12,289 tonnes||5,887,902 tonnes|
|Western region receivals||1,240 tonnes||2,022,568 tonnes|
|Central region receivals||4,483 tonnes||2,665,695 tonnes|
|Eastern region receivals***||6,566 tonnes||1,199,639 tonnes|
Viterra received 12,289 tonnes into our network last month, with over half delivered into our Eastern region sites.
We are continuing to prepare for the coming harvest which includes hosting grower and employee meetings and carrying out maintenance and investment projects.
As part of our preharvest preparations, we have also opened applications for our 1500 harvest jobs.
Postharvest deliveries into Viterra doubled
Postharvest deliveries into the Viterra network since March have doubled compared to last season as grower and buyer customers continue to utilise our new port direct service. Read more.
Viterra achieves NATA accreditation for glyphosate testing
We have successfully obtained a National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA) accreditation to carry out glyphosate testing on multiple grain commodities in our laboratory.
We carry out glyphosate testing to confirm grain within our network meets the maximum residue limit for importing countries, which can be as low as zero. This important test ensures South Australian grain meets market requirements. Read more.
Viterra hosts South Australian Durum Growers Association forum tour
We were pleased to offer growers and industry representatives a tour around our facilities as part of South Australian Durum Growers Association Inc’s (SADGA) 2022 forum in July.
Over 60 people attended the day which included looking around Viterra’s state of the art laboratory and Outer Harbor export terminal where they watched a ship load. Read more.
* This data is subject to variation due to individual site operations and the timing of reports.
** The total 2021/22 data includes grain received into Viterra’s storage and handling network since 6 October 2021.
*** Eastern region data includes Inner Harbour and Victorian sites.