Tamworth's pulse and grains research showcased internationally

Tamworth's pulse and grains research showcased internationally

PULSE and cereal grains research conducted at the NSW Department of Primary Industries Tamworth Agricultural...

Agronomy

05 SEPTEMBER 2016
Winter weather brings brighter outlook in NSW

Winter weather brings brighter outlook in NSW

THE wet start to winter has significantly changed the outlook for primary producers in New South Wales,...

Archive

27 JUNE 2016
Grain states on alert for Russian wheat aphid

Grain states on alert for Russian wheat aphid

THE EXOTIC pest Russian wheat aphid was detected in Australia for the first time last week, prompting...

Agronomy

06 JUNE 2016
Delegates support soil master class

Delegates support soil master class

  Since 1992, around 1,000 people have participated in more than 50 master classes, held in 14 countries...

Agronomy

09 MAY 2016

GROWERS have been warned they risk losing money if they plant chickpeas-on-chickpeas in an attempt to...

Agronomy

04 MAY 2016
To till or not to till

To till or not to till

When NSW DPI researchers put out a call for farmers to provide trial sites for a project investigating...

Agronomy

27 APRIL 2016
Farmers on high alert for toxic fungus

Farmers on high alert for toxic fungus

THE NSW Department of Primary Industries has alerted farmers to an unusual, early sign of a toxic fungus...

Livestock General

02 NOVEMBER 2015
High alert for red fire ants in NSW

High alert for red fire ants in NSW

THE New South Wales Department of Primary Industries has issued a warning for land owners to keep an...

Livestock General

02 JANUARY 2015
Native plants hold key for livestock feed

Native plants hold key for livestock feed

AUSTRALIAN native plants could provide valuable food sources for livestock and help lift soil fertility,...

Livestock General

31 DECEMBER 2014
Last chance to have say on foxes in NSW

Last chance to have say on foxes in NSW

LANDHOLDERS in New South Wales have until the end of the week to have their say on a proposed pest control...

Livestock General

20 OCTOBER 2014
$10.8M grains research for NSW growers

$10.8M grains research for NSW growers

NEW South Wales grain growers will be the major beneficiaries of an injection of $10.8 million into the...

Archive

29 SEPTEMBER 2014
Hazardous weed to meet its demise

Hazardous weed to meet its demise

THE impact of a weed that has wreaked havoc in Australia for more than 100 years is set to be extinguished,...

Archive

04 JULY 2014