It is well known that sugarcane growers and millers enjoy looking over the other side of the fence to see how they can improve things on their own turf.
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.
Grain growers and consultants can find out the latest advances in frost research in cereals and canola agronomy at the upcoming Dale Research Site field day, near Beverley.
In September 2018, a joint NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) and Local Land Services surveillance operation in the Riverina is helping protect the state’s $65 million lupin industry from anthracnose.
Cotton Australia has congratulated the Australian Parliament on passing the Northern Basin Review Amendment and restoring bi-partisan support for the Murray-Darling Basin Plan.
New barley varieties with greater waterlogging tolerance are on the horizon, after a scientific breakthrough in genetic research identified a major contributing gene.
Is it possible to grow cereal crops without having to rely on energy-requiring commercial fertilizers?
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.
Worldwide production of food, beverages and medicinal plants could become cheaper and more reliable using information from a germination breakthrough by La Trobe University scientists.