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|seidenstud||12:34am on Saturday, October 2nd, 2010|
|Price of around $65.00, the Sunbeam Bread Maker is not a bad deal at all. It lacks the bells and whistles a lot of bread-makers sport. Most of mine came from the internet and they all came out really well. I find that so far this is an excellent breadmaker for the price I paid.|
|A1main||11:21pm on Saturday, September 11th, 2010|
|It is great. I have had the no problems. Just make sure u have fresh yeast for it to rise and smell great. Guess this Bread Maker by Sunbeam is probaly worth every penny spent for it. I just must join the younger generation. ...|
|schurli||11:38am on Sunday, July 18th, 2010|
|Sunbeam Bread Machine 5891 makes good homestyle white bread and really good sandwich bread.|
|nag_online||11:34am on Tuesday, June 29th, 2010|
|Quiet, inexpensive, seems well built, bread excellent Inadequate manual with poor recipes. Quiet, inexpensive, seems well built, bread excellent Inadequate manual with poor recipes.|
|mastromarco.b||2:53pm on Saturday, May 15th, 2010|
|Nice value for this price ; good set of programs ; great for lazy bakers who want to drop ingredients and forget I have not yet been able to get the s...|
|phanindra||6:46am on Sunday, April 4th, 2010|
|Sunbeam Bread Machine is a great machine and reasonable priced. Makes great bread.|
|d4r0||10:11pm on Saturday, April 3rd, 2010|
|Does a great job at an amazingly low price Terrible manual 1.Good bread.2.List of function times.3.Tips on dough.4.Easy cleaning. 5.Inexpensive. 1. No control backlight .2. No sound for adding,bread is done.|
|philr||6:11am on Monday, March 29th, 2010|
|I am very happy with this machine. If you make 1.5 lbs loafs the paddles shaft will last longer. Works perfect.|
|DeepBass909||10:05am on Saturday, March 13th, 2010|
|Nice looks, easy to clean, easy to use Heavy, hard to find replacement parts. Worked well for a few months. Very poor durability.|
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To provide guidance for managing the response to an event that may cause serious widespread losses of horticultural crops in the Riverlink area (Blanchetown to Robinvale)
This procedure is implemented when an event (e.g. heavy rain at harvest or major pest or disease outbreak) causes or is likely to cause serious and widespread losses of horticultural crops.
Implementation of this procedure is the responsibility of a person or agency nominated by the Chairperson of Riverlink or delegated person.
There are other plans that may need to be taken into consideration in the event of a disaster in Horticulture. At the time of writing these plans were compatible with the Riverlink Plan. 1. Dried Grape Industry Strategic Plan in the event of a Serious Rain Event during Harvest. Contact the Chairman of the ADFA on 5174 2. Fruit Fly Contingency Plan Contact the Plants Standards Officer of the Department of Primary Industries - Mildura on 4500 3. Plague Locust Commission Contact Malcolm Campbell DPI Tatura on 5214
ADFA Australian Dried Fruit Association DPI Department of Primary Industries PIRSA Primary Industry and Resources South Australia RC Riverlink Chairperson SARDI South Australian Research and Development Institute
1. Discussion between the Riverlink Chairperson (RC), Riverlink Program Leaders and Agency Site Managers is instigated when an event occurs that is likely to cause serious widespread losses. Any person in this group may instigate this discussion. The discussion should occur within 24 hours of the event occurring. This discussion should decide the timing, scope, extent
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and staff requirements for assessment of crop damage and set a time, date and venue for a strategy meeting with industry representatives and nominate a person to collect relevant information as appropriate (e.g. rainfall, humidity, wind in event of rain damage). 2. The RC should contact relevant industry representatives and stakeholders (refer Appendix 1.) to confirm activities, particularly the time and location of a strategy planning meeting. Depending on the nature of the disaster relevant contingency plans at either a state or national level may need to be invoked. Contact details are included in Appendix 3. In these circumstances responsibility for dealing with the situation will be undertaken by the state or national person responsible. 3. Agency managers may then delegate staff to carry out assessment of crop damage as defined and report data back to the strategy meeting. 4. Site Managers may then brief appropriate senior agency managers alerting them to the event and activities under way. 5. RC to facilitate strategy meeting ensuring all data is presented, all appropriate views are canvassed, and both action plan and communication plan is devised (refer Appendix 2. Strategy meeting checklist). 6. Site Managers to notify senior agency managers of outcome of crop assessment and action plan. 7. Implement action plan and communication plan. 8. Continue to monitor status of crop and action plan and review if necessary. 9. Reconvene strategy meeting if required (refer step 1.).
1. Strategy meeting contact list 2. Strategy meeting checklist 3. Responsible parties contact list
appendix 1 - strategy meeting contact list
Riverlink personnel Chairperson: Kevin Cock Ph: Mob 0418502293 Communication Merryl Whyte Ph: 4569 Officer: Program Leaders: Viticulture Peter Clingeleffer, CSIRO Plant Industry, Merbein Ph: 3100 Dr Bob Emmett, DPI - Mildura Ph: 4555 Citrus Dr Ken Bevington, NSW DPI Dareton Ph: 4409
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Vegetables Gerard Kelly, NSW DPI Dareton Ph: 4409 Tree Crops Adrian Dahlenburg, SARDI Waite Institute Ph: 9416 Sustainable Horticulture: Land and Water Use Rob Stevens, PIRSA Loxton Agriculture Centre Ph: 9100 Biodiversity Ph: 4500 SA State Disaster Plan Garry Mac Phie, Emergency Management Ph: 9299 Co-ordinator Fx: 9530 Mb: 084 Phylloxera in Grapes Peter Hackworth, Executive Officer, Phylloxera Ph: 0488 & Grape Industry Board of SA Fx: 0499 Mb: 430 Dried Grape Industry Contacts Australian Dried Fruits Association Inc. ADFA Chairman Peter Jones Ph: (AH) Fax: 7177 ADFA Deputy Chairman Alan Long Ph: 0350242921 Nominated growers for Dried Vine Fruit Ashley Johnstone Irymple Ph: 3893 Richard Wells Merbein Ph: 2288 Jim Henshilwood Nichols Point Ph: 1778 John Hawtin Mildura South Ph: 4138 Ivan Shaw Merbein South Ph: 6246 Brain Boulton Nyah Ph: 2244 Brian Handreck Robinvale Ph: 1995 John Hunt Red Cliffs Ph: 3241 Steven Hegedus Curlwaa Ph: 6292
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Mark King Pomona Ph: 3504 Jeff Mortimer Waikerie Ph: 2098 Robert Dixon Cadell Ph: 3332 Dried Fruit Processors Sunbeam Chris Ellis Ph: 4200 Angas Park Fruit Co Pty Ltd Umi Arjunan Ph: 0820 Riverland Fruit Nick Begakis Ph: 266 citrus INDUSTRY CONTACTS Murray Valley Citrus Marketing Board Chairman Robert Mansell Ph: 1560 (H) Ph: 1463 (B) CEO John Tesoriero Ph: 1890 Sunraysia Citrus Growers Chairman Peter Crisp Ph: 4974 Citrus Growers of SA Inc. Chairman Mark Chown Ph: Manager Anne Stepien Ph: wine grapes Industry Contacts Victorian & Murray Valley Wine Grape Growers Council Chairman Michael De Palma Ph: 2977 CEO Mike Stone Ph: 3911 Riverland Wine Industry Development Council Executive Officer Cameron Hills Ph: 2952 Mob: 935 Fax: 2513
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Riverland Winegrape Growers Association Chairman Mick Himsworth Ph: 3487 Executive Officer Chris Byrne Ph: Wineries Hardy Wines Paul Kassebaum, Regional Manager Ph: 0300 Sunraysia-Riverland Southcorp Winery/Lindeman's Marcus Everett Viticulturist Ph: 3333 Wingara Jeff Milne Viticulturalist Ph: 1666 Simeon Wines Kevin Pfeiffer Ph: 7236 Evans & Tate Wine Group Krister Johnsson Ph: 6800 Mildara Wines Richard Trembath Ph: 2303 Orlando/Wyndham John Jones Ph: 3214 Tall Poppy Wines Brian Ferry Ph: 7255
Trentham Estate Tony Murphy Ph: 8888 Zilzie Wines Pty Ltd Andrew Forbes Ph: 8100 TABLE GRAPE INDUSTRY CONTACTS Australian Table Grape Association Chairman Brian Woodford Ph: Murray Valley Table Grape Growers Council Chairman Rocky Violi Ph: 3443 Robinvale Table Grape Growers Chairman Nick Muraca Ph: 3967
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Nuts & Alternative Crops Industry Contacts Australian Nut Industry Council Chairman Chris Joyce Ph: Olive Industry Secretary Victorian Olive Oil Council Andrew Burgess Ph: 5988 Dan Ridley Ph: 1222 Horticulturalist Damien Conlan Ph: 2512 (Emerging Industries NSW Agriculture) SA Olive Corporation regional rep Mark Troy Ph: 2161
Email: email@example.com Olives SA Ph: 9426 President Lisa Rowntree Ph: 1388 PIRSA Lenswood Centre Barry Philp Ph: 8800 PIRSA Lenswood Centre John Fennell Ph: 8800 Stonefruit Industry Wendy Hammerstein Ph: 8584 7019
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: 4751
Vegetable industry contacts Australian Garlic Association Roger Schmitke Ph: 2260
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Asparagus Industry Peter Midgley Ph: 6380 Carrot Industry Phillip Lamattina Ph: 0165 Melon Industry Andrew Rix Ph: 3059 Potato Industry Tony Pitt Mob: 581 Victorian Farmers Federation Dennis Gale Ph: 5775 NSW DPI Functional Area Coordinator Kathy Gott Ph: 9999 Agriculture and Animal Services Fax: 1719 for the Murray Emergency PO Box 736 Management District Deniliquin NSW 2710 WATER QUALITY Blue-green algae Chairman blue-green algal group Ian Matheson Ph: 9777 (Sunraysia Rural Water Authority) Natural Resource Officer Don Reid Ph: 9423 (NSW Dept Land and Water Conservation) BIOSECURITY Grasshoppers Plague Locust Commission Malcolm Campbell Ph: 5214 DPI Vic Plague Locust Commission Graeme Eggleston Ph: 3683 NSW DPI Plague Locust Commission Dennis Hopkins Ph: 9539 PIRSA SA Fruitfly Tri-state Coordinator Bernie Dominiak Ph: 3703
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Fax:3605 Strategy Leader, Plant Biosecurity - NSW Richard Walker Ph: 3100 Fax:3336 Plant Standards Officer Vic Peter Dixon Ph: 4609 Chief Inspector - SA David Cartwright Ph: Fax:3363 FROST, FLOOD, FIRE Regional Director of Agriculture Geoff Woods Ph: 1222 Far West NSW (AH) Fax:3488 Email: email@example.com RIVERLINK CENTRE CONTACTS AND NOMINATED EXPERTS NSW DPI Dareton Centre Manager Bob Davidson Ph: 4409 Riverlink Program Leader Citrus Dr Ken Bevington Ph: 4409 Riverlink Program Leader Vegetables Gerard Kelly Ph: 4409 CSIRO Plant industry merbein Centre Manager Rob Walker Ph: 3100 Riverlink Viticulture Program Leader Peter Clingeleffer Ph: 3100 Department of Primary Industries Centre Manager Keith Leamon Ph: 4500 Manager Crop Production Dr Mark Krstic Ph: 4500 Manager Crop Quality Sue McConnell Ph: 4500 Pathologist Dr Bob Emmett Ph: 4555 Entomologist David Madge Ph: 4557
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PIRSA LOXTON RESEARCH CENTRE Centre Manager Duncan Tullett Ph: 9100 Pathologist Peter Magarey Ph: 9100 Sustainable Horticulture Program Leader Rob Stevens Ph: 9100 PIRSA SA Manager Plant Health David Cartwright Ph: 9825 Mob: 913 Fax: 3363 Manager Industry Development Barry Philp Ph: 8821 PIRSA Lenswood Centre Mob: 899 Fax: 8899 Principal Industry Coordinator for John Fennell Ph: 8800 Agriculture, Food & Fisheries Mob: 891 WAITE INSTITUTE SA Riverlink Program Leader Tree Crops Adrian Dahlenburg Ph: 9416 OTHER SUPPORT SERVICES RURAL COUNSELLORS Sunraysia Graeme Thornton Ph: 164 490
Don Seward Ph: Riverland Max Baker Ph: 9146
appendix 2 - strategy meeting checklist prior Relevant people invited
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Venue booked Supporting information available Crop loss data available during Relevant people in attendance All relevant information presented Action plan developed and responsibilities assigned Communication plan developed and responsibilities assigned Monitoring required, responsibility assigned
appendix 3 responsible parties contact list
Pat Sharkey, Manager Plant Standards, Department of Primary Industries IHD, 621 Burwood Hwy, Knoxfield. Vic. Ph. (03) Fax (03) Doug Hocking, Director, Intensive Industries Development, NSW DPI, Locked Bag 21, Orange, NSW 2800 Ph. (02) Fax (02) Bruce Christie, Director, Animal and Plant Biosecurity, NSW DPI Locked Bag 21, Orange, NSW 2800 Ph. (02) fax: (02) David Cartwright, Chief Inspector Plant Health, Primary Industries and Resources SA, Ph. (08) Fax (08) 8463 3363
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