The journey of New Zealand’s high quality nutritious food from farmer to fork is what drives Agcarm’s horticultural scholarship winner, Alexandra Tomkins in her goal to be a leader in food production.
A farmer near Ballarat has grown a huge crop of canola weighing in at 3.6 tonnes per hectare.
A farmer near Clunes has grown a monster crop of canola weighing in at 3.75 tonnes per hectare.
In 2019, Natimuk farmer Brian Klowss planted canola in April like he normally would, but instead of being finished with it at year’s end, he continued to get reap gains from it until April 2020.
Recipients of AgriFutures Australia Horizon Scholarship have been announced, with recipients from across the country.
Guiding PhD student research is a rewarding part of the job for the Director of the National Wine and Grape Industry Centre Professor Leigh Schmidtke and it’s a role that’s earned him a national award.
Twelve emerging grape and wine researchers from five Australian universities have received Wine Australia’s PhD and Masters by Research Scholarships for 2020.
Southwest Victorian farmer Tom Wilson went into his first season growing graze and grain canola not knowing what to expect, but after seeing returns of $3600 per hectare, he’s sold on the idea of the dual-purpose crop.