Pre-emergent knowledge critical to success

Pre-emergent knowledge critical to success

Pre-emergent herbicides are shaping up as the next frontline in the battle against herbicide resistance,...

Agronomy

04 MARCH 2015
Biofuel pilot planned for WA

Biofuel pilot planned for WA

  The developer, Renergi, was created out of Curtin University's Fuels and Energy Technology Institute...

Machinery General

27 FEBRUARY 2015
Fenced off dams help control cane toads

Fenced off dams help control cane toads

FARMERS could hold the key to preventing cane toads from spreading further.

Archive

06 FEBRUARY 2015
Aussie universities excel in ag

Aussie universities excel in ag

THE UNIVERSITY of Queensland's reputation as a world-class agricultural research institute has been confirmed,...

Archive

22 OCTOBER 2014
Ideas sought for red meat direction

Ideas sought for red meat direction

  NSW Department of Primary Industries beef performance leader Steve Exton said the Red Meat Advisory...

Livestock General

08 OCTOBER 2014
Reduced savanna burning a win for environment and locals

Reduced savanna burning a win for environment and locals

GREENHOUSE gas emissions have been reduced by more than half a million tonnes over the past year across...

Archive

01 OCTOBER 2014
Robots to eliminate slugs and snails

Robots to eliminate slugs and snails

PESTS like snails and slugs are a big problem for crop farmers in many areas of Australia.

Archive

05 SEPTEMBER 2014
New technique relies on odours to detect dieback

New technique relies on odours to detect dieback

GRAINS researchers at Murdoch University and the Department of Agriculture and Food Western Australia...

Agronomy

15 AUGUST 2014
Innovation the name of the horticultural game

Innovation the name of the horticultural game

INNOVATION is driving Australian horticulturalists to adopt new processes, technologies and market opportunities...

Archive

04 AUGUST 2014
Bright sisters bag $480k for ag tech research

Bright sisters bag $480k for ag tech research

TOOWOOMBA sisters Dr Cheryl McCarthy and Dr Alison McCarthy, who are both University of Southern Queensland...

Archive

01 AUGUST 2014
Cattle-whispering the key to yard design

Cattle-whispering the key to yard design

UNDERSTANDING how cattle perceive the world and knowing how they are likely to react in given situations...

Livestock General

28 JULY 2014
No-tillers targeting furrow tillage

No-tillers targeting furrow tillage

  One of Australia's leading authorities on no-tillage seeding believes producing more from less is...

Agronomy

23 JULY 2014