Up to $20 million in Australian Government grants is available for innovative research that addresses priority knowledge gaps in soil health and soil management as a part of the ‘Soil Science Challenge’.
Renowned Lincoln University scientists, Emeritus Professor Keith Cameron and Professor Hong Di, have delivered another breakthrough technology with an immediate benefit for the dairy farming sector to combat global climate change.
A new Australian Research Council (ARC) Research Hub aims to develop and commercialise an innovative alternative to chemical fungicides, addressing industry challenges of fungicide resistance, chemical residues in food and environmental harm.
Charles Sturt University’s commitment to research and support of the Australian grape and wine industry is set to be bolstered with the establishment of the Agriculture, Water and Environment (AWE) Institute.
Researchers from the National Wine and Grape Industry Centre are keen to hear from grape growers and winemakers on management practices that effect grape composition and minimise acid amelioration costs.
A new report from the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) has found that fish stocks in Australian Government solely managed fisheries are not subject to overfishing.