The Grains & Legumes Nutrition Council (GLNC) is leading the development of a national database to provide a nutritional profile...
Northern New South Wales grower and agronomist Drew Penberthy is road-testing new research findings on a DNA-based soil test to...
CSIRO researchers are screening thousands of wheat plants developed using mutagenesis to detect novel forms of crown rot resistance...
Collaborative research between the South Australian Research and Development Institute, the University of South Australia, the Department of Agriculture an...
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Monitoring during autumn has shown that mouse numbers have remained low in many grain-growing regions across the country, but the pests have potential to cause damage at seeding in South Australia and Queensland.
A new digital platform for recording mouse activity is being developed by the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre (IACRC) in partnership with the GRDC, Landcare Research and CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems.
The labels on haloxyfop products used for post-emergent grass control in canola crops are to be amended to overcome concerns that the ‘Directions for Use’ have the potential to be misinterpreted.
For this issue’s related GRDC publications, go to www.grdc.com.au/bookshop.
A plant-derived molecule with the ability to protect grain crops from a broad range of fungal diseases has been found to also kill human cancer cells.
Australian grain growers will soon have agronomic solutions at their fingertips, anytime, anywhere.
A new GRDC fact sheet is aimed at helping growers in the southern grain-growing region prevent grain losses caused by the fungal disease barley scald.
Productivity advances require investment in both the human and technical aspects of farm businesses, according to a recent benchmarking study by the Australian Export Grain Innovation Centre (AEGIC).
New food science centre, Pulse and oilseed appointment, Farm optimism, Canopy management, Correction for May/June edition (#110)
Advances by an Australian research partnership could see Australian canola growers producing one of the world’s most in-demand human nutrition oils within a few years.