Many growers will be faced with wet paddock conditions for season 2021-21 and it’s a change that will need some alternative action to achieve the best possible result
The CBA Captain variety is expected to have broad adaptation to all Australian chickpea growing regions as it aims to improve outputs
When Sorghum carries high yields it runs the risk of falling flat and that happens in up to 10% of the crop every year – research is underway to limit the losses
Food enters safe practice phase where consumers are demanding to know how it is grown and what chemicals were used
A two-part trial project has the aim to vastly improve oat yields through improved agronomy to boost domestic and international health food supplies
After a six-month search that has included multiple rounds of judging and site inspections of vineyards around Australia, Young Gun of Wine has announced the trophy winners for the inaugural Vineyard of the Year Awards for 2021
Not many producers realise how the effects of a CO2 increase has already impacted pasture growth over the past century Onging research has shown the
Australia has been declared officially free from citrus canker following remaining restricted areas in the Northern Territory (NT) being lifted on 13 April 2021.
Disaster assistance has been extended to the local government areas of Carnamah, Corrow, Dandaragan, Mingenew, Mount Marshall, Perenjori and Three Springs following widespread damage caused by Tropical Cyclone Seroja.
A new Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hub based in Darwin is set to transform the way that Top End producers and communities prepare for and respond to drought.
The ALRTA has responded to a consultation paper containing proposals to establish new standards and guidelines for the land transport of horses.
The Australian Government has activated the Australian Government Disaster Recovery Payment (AGDRP) and Disaster Recovery Allowance (DRA) to support those heavily affected by Tropical Cyclone Seroja in Western Australia.
Aussie macadamia growers working together in a co-operative have announced they are expanding their joint operations in Queensland, creating 40 additional jobs.
Applications for farmers to participate in the Australian Government’s $23.5 million Carbon + Biodiversity Pilot are now open.
The International Dairy Federation says there is a lack of evidence-based information about the important role of lactose as part of a healthy diet.