Blackleg disease kicks in early in southern canola crops

Blackleg disease kicks in early in southern canola crops

A COMBINATION of factors has led to severe early infection of blackleg disease in this year's canola...

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31 AUGUST 2016
Monsanto confirms financially backing Baxter

Monsanto confirms financially backing Baxter

TODAY it has been confirmed Monsanto financially assisted Michael Baxter with court costs for his legal...

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08 APRIL 2015
Steve Marsh appeal to rest on duty of care

Steve Marsh appeal to rest on duty of care

THE appeal of organic farmer Steve Marsh is set to hinge on whether judges are persuaded that genetically...

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25 MARCH 2015
Landmark GM case to go to appeal next week

Landmark GM case to go to appeal next week

AUSTRALIAN Story on ABC TV has aired part one of a two-part series which looks at the stories of Steve...

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18 MARCH 2015
Greens call for GM insurance scheme

Greens call for GM insurance scheme

WESTERN Australian Greens senator Rachel Siewert has reignited the debate about genetic modification,...

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04 MARCH 2015
Westpac appoints new national agribusiness leader

Westpac appoints new national agribusiness leader

STEVE Hannan, one of the Westpac's most senior regional business bankers, has been appointed as its new...

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18 JUNE 2014
Inject science back into GM debate: GPSA

Inject science back into GM debate: GPSA

RATIONAL, science-focused debate is needed in the debate over growing genetically modified crops, says...

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26 MAY 2014
Landmark GM case not about consumer but the farmer

Landmark GM case not about consumer but the farmer

CLOSING submissions have been heard, with the findings of the Steve Marsh versus Michael Baxter case...

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24 MARCH 2014
Precedent to be set on organic and GM crops

Precedent to be set on organic and GM crops

ORGANIC farmer Steve Marsh is suing his neighbour Michael Baxter for allegedly contaminating his Kojonup...

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12 FEBRUARY 2014