The University of Western Australia is the top university for Plant Science and Agronomy in the world, according to the academic research portal Research.com.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has launched a new phase of its key agricultural policy monitoring and analysis initiative, focused on supporting reforms in eight Sub-Saharan African countries, as they face an array of global challenges.
In celebration of International Day of Women and Girls in Science on 11 February, Agriculture Victoria Technical Assistant Chloe Findlay shares her motivation for pursuing a career in science.
When Zaza Ivanidze and his wife, Tinatin Chilingarashvili, first baked bread using flour from the ancient and endangered, local red wheat variety, akhaltsikhe tsiteli doli, on his tiny farm in Georgia, he found the taste took him on a nostalgic journey into the past.
A new $11.6 million, five-and-a-half-year joint investment is aiming to address lodging in sorghum – an issue that is consistently rated as the most significant concern facing Australian sorghum growers and costing on average $12 million worth in yield loss annually.
A new Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) investment aims to provide grain growers in southern Western Australia with a range of spring and summer cropping options to explore production opportunities as well as address the impacts of excessive winter waterlogging.