Horticulture Netting Infrastructure Grants SA


This program provides funding to primary producers in the Riverland, Adelaide Hills and Greater Adelaide regions to purchase and install new netting, replacement of any damaged netting over land used to grow horticulture crops.
Open

Closes in 1000 days

Closing date: Monday 30 June 2025 Mon 30 Jun 2025

Application detail:

Applications close on 30 June 2025, or when funds are fully committed, whichever occurs first.

What you get?

50% of eligible costs, up to $300,000.
 

Who is this for?

South Australian primary producers.

Overview

Funding will cover the costs of third-party providers of permanent and throwover protective netting and associated support structures required for installation.

50% of costs associated can be covered, up to a maximum of $300,000.

Check if you can apply

The following can apply for this grant:

  • primary production businesses
  • property owners
  • share farmers
  • lease holders and businesses that operate as a sole trader
  • partnerships, trusts or private companies in horticulture.

To be eligible, applicants must meet the following requirements:

  • they have earned more than 50% of gross income from primary production under normal seasonal circumstances
  • they have installed netting infrastructure for horticulture cropping
  • land to be covered had an established use of horticultural cropping 16 December 2019
  • costs associated with protective netting must have been incurred since 16 December 2019
  • be registered to the Australian Tax Office as a primary producer
  • have an Australian business number (ABN).

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