Innovative Western Australian ICT experts gathered in Perth for an agriculture hackathon, to seek new digital solutions to drive growth and keep our agricultural sector globally competitive.
Farmers could soon turn to microbial protein to feed their livestock – a move researchers say could reduce land use, greenhouse gas emissions and nitrogen pollution.
Rachel Mackenzie, the Chief Advocate for Queensland horticulture’s peak industry body Growcom, has received the Women in Horticulture Award at the Hort Connections 2018 National Awards for Excellence on Wednesday 20 June 2018.
A new collaboration between researchers at Victoria University of Wellington, the Universities of Oxford and Reading in the United Kingdom and the Centre for International Climate Research in Norway shows a better way to think about how methane might fit into carbon budgets.
The removal of a 45,000 litre (35 tonne) gas cylinder from Agriculture Victoria’s Plant Breeding Centre at Horsham has marked the end of 11 years of field trails established to better understand the impacts of climate change and rising atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) levels on…