Leading speakers at free carbon farming webinar

Leading speakers at free carbon farming webinar

FOUR of Australia's leading experts in climate change, climate variability and how agriculture can adapt...

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28 FEBRUARY 2014
Long-term plan needed to manage herbicide resistant weeds

Long-term plan needed to manage herbicide resistant weeds

HERBICIDE resistant weeds can be controlled within a few years using a planned strategy, according to...

Agronomy

21 FEBRUARY 2014
Beef producers surveyed on animal disease

Beef producers surveyed on animal disease

BEEF producers are being asked how they recognise and manage emergency animal disease, as part of a James...

Livestock General

17 FEBRUARY 2014
Aussie drought gives US experts a glimpse of their future

Aussie drought gives US experts a glimpse of their future

AUSTRALIA'S reputation as the driest inhabited continent on Earth may come under challenge with the impact...

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10 FEBRUARY 2014
Sweet corn could slow eye disease

Sweet corn could slow eye disease

SWEETCORN may help slow eye diseases such as age-related macular degeneration, the leading form of blindness...

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31 JANUARY 2014
Revolutionary tool tests grapevine water levels

Revolutionary tool tests grapevine water levels

A DEVICE that looks similar to a supermarket hand-held scanner can be pointed at a grapevine and reveal...

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31 JANUARY 2014
Brome grass herbicide resistance a real worry

Brome grass herbicide resistance a real worry

AN INCREASING number of brome grass plants are

Agronomy

03 JANUARY 2014
Kick-starting education in NSW

Kick-starting education in NSW

A NEW focus on agricultural education in New South Wales has been given the tick of approval by the NSW...

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18 DECEMBER 2013
Carbon farming unites farmers and miners

Carbon farming unites farmers and miners

HISTORICALLY turbulent relationships between farmers and miners are being turned on their heads in New...

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18 DECEMBER 2013
Bob the farmer donates $1M

Bob the farmer donates $1M

NEARLY $1 million has been bequeathed by a former Western Australian farmer to fund research at Murdoch...

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16 DECEMBER 2013
Bread to trump berries as antioxidant fix

Bread to trump berries as antioxidant fix

Professor Ron Madl was appointed to lead Kansas State University's Wheat Research Centre in 1997, leaving...

Agronomy

06 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...

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04 NOVEMBER 2013