Better transport networks and freight facilities, maintaining agriculture’s social licence and drought assistance for grains producers will be key priorities for Western Downs farmer Brendan Taylor in his new role as AgForce Queensland’s Grains President.
Dual research projects from the Centre for Crop and Disease Management (CCDM) are shedding new light on ways to combat the damaging disease Sclerotinia stem rot.
The adage “from little things, big things grow” certainly applies to University of New England (UNE) PhD student Jack Mooney, who has swapped the backyard greenhouse of his undergraduate days for one of the largest glasshouses in the Southern Hemisphere.
The team from the University of Sydney has won 2018’s title at the 2018 Australian Universities Crops Competition (AUCC) held in Temora, New South Wales. This event brings together the brightest and best agricultural students from across Australia and the United States.
John Pluske has been appointed inaugural Chief Scientist and CEO of Australasian Pork Research Institute Limited (APRIL).
In 2018, the Australian wool industry is celebrating more than 50 years of successful wool trade to China – a relationship that has established China as Australia’s largest customer, buying about 80% of Australia’s wool.
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.
When it comes to managing weeds and combating herbicide resistance, Chris Preston is one of the most important and influential resources available to our grain growers.
Imagine sitting down to breakfast and pouring ice cold milk on your bowl of chickpeas? It might become a reality thanks to Charles Sturt University (CSU) research into innovative processing techniques to add value to pulse crops.