Outlying factors could be influencing phosphorus (P) requirements under Australian wheatfields, according to NSW research.
New research indicates that Tasmanian pyrethrum growers could increase yields while also reducing input costs for fungal control.
The report by Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) identifies seven key trends shaping the red meat sector, including a growth in alternative models of health and an explosion of personalised health data, emerging technology driving consumer purchasing decisions, a resistance to industrialised food production…
Australia has at least seven Leptospermum species that produce honey with exceptionally high levels of antibacterial activity, providing the scientific basis to facilitate the entry of Australian honey producers into premium medicinal markets.
One of the largest international studies ever done has found the more diverse animal, insect and plant life is on food-producing land, the more productive the land is and the less need for fertilisers and pesticides.