Bowen horticulture opportunity

Pacific Red Produce: Bowen horticulture opportunity

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Expression of interest close on Pacific Red Produce with Elders Real Estate on February 21.

Expression of interest close on Pacific Red Produce with Elders Real Estate on February 21.

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Expression of interest close on Pacific Red Produce with Elders Real Estate on February 21.

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A 153 hectare (378 acre) horticultural farm boasting some of the highest quality cropping soils in the Bowen district is up for grabs.

Located on Balaam Road in the East Euri Creek area, Pacific Red Produce is described as an opportunity to grow a range of crops in addition to grass.

About 80ha of the property has been developed as serviced arable land. The country ranges from grey alluvials to deep black clay soils.

The farm has historically produced capsicums. However, it is also suited to other crops including tomatoes, beans, corn, eggplant and pumpkin along with sorghum, sugarcane and permanent plantings such as mangoes.

The farm has historically produced capsicums but is well suited to growing other crops.

The farm has historically produced capsicums but is well suited to growing other crops.

The farm has 1800 four year old R2E2 mango trees.

Pacific Red Produce has a 303 megalitre water allocation with excellent infrastructure supplied by bores and from dam storage.

Pacific Red Produce has 1800 four year old R2E2 mango trees.

Pacific Red Produce has 1800 four year old R2E2 mango trees.

MORE PROPERTY: 'Highly regarded Iona on market'.

Other infrastructure includes two packing sheds with cold storage, office facilities and a machinery shed.

Expression of interest close with Elders Real Estate on February 21.

Contact Robert Murolo, 0418 799 934, Elders Real Estate, Mackay.

The story Bowen horticulture opportunity first appeared on North Queensland Register.

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