Partnership between Bayer CropScience and GRDC tackles weeds

Partnership between Bayer CropScience and GRDC tackles weeds

BAYER CropScience has teamed up with the Grains Research and Development Corporation in an effort to...

Agronomy

03 JUNE 2015
High performing lentil varieties set for release

High performing lentil varieties set for release

THREE lentil varieties developed by the Victorian Department of Environment and Primary Industries are...

Agronomy

15 OCTOBER 2014
Veterinary officer to strengthen livestock disease surveillance

Veterinary officer to strengthen livestock disease surveillance

WESTERN Australia's Department of Agriculture and Food is getting a new veterinary officer who brings...

Livestock General

13 OCTOBER 2014
Tool to help detect bovine theileriosis created

Tool to help detect bovine theileriosis created

  The federal government awards are popular among young scientists. Winners from across agriculture,...

Livestock General

13 JUNE 2014
Beating blotch an urgent strategy for barley production

Beating blotch an urgent strategy for barley production

Disease wreaked havoc with barley crops across South Australia last season and researchers say summer...

Agronomy

19 MAY 2014
Heat hurting sorghum crops

Heat hurting sorghum crops

SORGHUM growers in Australia's northern cropping belt are being urged to closely monitor crops for yield...

Agronomy

22 JANUARY 2014
Target harvest for weed seed destruction

Target harvest for weed seed destruction

  Harvest weed seed capture is considered by many in the grains industry to be a game changer in managing...

Agronomy

25 NOVEMBER 2013
Climate change will impact farming soils: UNE

Climate change will impact farming soils: UNE

A RELATIVELY small change in soil nutrient levels over the next 100 years could have adverse implications...

Archive

08 NOVEMBER 2013
Billions could be fed if food wastage was curbed

Billions could be fed if food wastage was curbed

AN INTERNATIONAL report warning of impending food production shortages has led a WA expert to warn the...

Archive

04 NOVEMBER 2013
Coloured sorghum could challenge obesity

Coloured sorghum could challenge obesity

FARMERS typically do not consider coloured sorghum grain ideal for feeding to pigs but the grain could...

Archive

23 SEPTEMBER 2013