Cattle prices continue to remain strong as yardings are still on the decline.
A long-term program is seeking input from grain growers to help with phosphine resistance.
A research project in WA is using the latest drone tech and algorithms to aid crop pest management.
A new genetic solution has introduced a level of resistance to lodging in sorghum.
DPIRD researchers have developed an in-crop test to help identify fall armyworm infestations.
As seeding approaches, heavy weight lamb yardings are expected to stay on an upward trend.
More accurate spreading along paddock boundaries can lift yields, says Amazone.
Kuhn's latest round balers have a variety of onboard sensors to help baler functionality.
Bilberry's Green on Green spray system shows promising results.
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The growAG platform hopes to attract global investment to deliver innovation to Australian farmers.
Measuring change is an important factor when considering soil carbon, a research project has shown.
Twenty university students have been awarded an annual Horizon Scholarship.
Bushwhacker says upcoming elections may be a good chance to remind politicians of recent disasters.
Weather conditions for summer may prove wet but challenging, according to the Bushwhacker.