Stamping out pest weeds

Stamping out pest weeds

FARMERS in South Australia are set to have their say on pest weeds, including three species of broom....

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31 OCTOBER 2012
Wild dog fight continues in Vic

Wild dog fight continues in Vic

MORE support to tackle wild dogs in Victoria has been rolled out, with baits to be placed deeper into...

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31 OCTOBER 2012
Inter-row crops a tropical boom

Inter-row crops a tropical boom

INTER-row crops including oats, sorghum and millet varieties are proving to be big business for some...

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31 OCTOBER 2012
Calls to maintain wheat test weight

Calls to maintain wheat test weight

MORE than 500 grain producers have voiced their disapproval for increasing the test weight for wheat....

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31 OCTOBER 2012
WA rural counselling gets $400k boost

WA rural counselling gets $400k boost

PRIMARY producers and small rural businesses in Western Australia are being given a helping hand by the...

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31 OCTOBER 2012
Shock over massive water hikes

Shock over massive water hikes

VICTORIAN chicken meat and egg producers won't be able to afford the massive hike in water charges proposed...

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30 OCTOBER 2012
Financial aid for fire-affected Qld farmers

Financial aid for fire-affected Qld farmers

WITH large sections of Queensland affected by fire, producers are able to apply for concessional loans...

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30 OCTOBER 2012
Remain alert despite low locust risk

Remain alert despite low locust risk

WHILE farmers in eastern Australia can breathe a sigh of relief that low locust numbers are expected...

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30 OCTOBER 2012
Multi-action approach to grain hygiene

Multi-action approach to grain hygiene

GRAIN growers are being urged to use a multi-action approach this harvest to reduce the number of pests...

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30 OCTOBER 2012
Grocery sector could buck trend this Xmas

Grocery sector could buck trend this Xmas

DESPITE predictions of a bleak Christmas period for retailers, there is hope the food and grocery manufacturing...

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30 OCTOBER 2012
Crown rot-tolerant varieties underway

Crown rot-tolerant varieties underway

WITH crown rot disease costing the grains sector up to $97 million each year, scientists are working...

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29 OCTOBER 2012
$6.5k smacking for lack of weed whacking

$6.5k smacking for lack of weed whacking

TWO Victorian landowners have copped hefty fines for failing to control weeds on their properties.

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29 OCTOBER 2012