When it comes to the fuel efficiency of the family car or farm ute, most growers could fire back a...
Ground Cover writer Catherine Norwood has been in South-East Asia interviewing traders and processors about the changing dynamics in this...
Purpose-built, large-scale rain-out shelters providing the capacity to screen hundreds of breeding lines for water productivity traits have been deployed...
A range of water productivity traits are being pursued as part of the GRDC-funded MEF research...
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Ground Cover writer Catherine Norwood has been in South-East Asia interviewing traders and processors about the changing dynamics in this fast-developing grains market.
Despite a popular perception that Australian agriculture is facing an ‘age crisis’, a recent study has found that Australia has a younger farming population compared with all but one other developed country – New Zealand.
What do microwaves, steam and robots have in common? The potential to combat chemical resistance, according to presenters at the annual South Australian Groundsprayers Association industry day.
Grain growers, advisers and researchers recently gathered in Melbourne at a one-day symposium to learn about the latest soil biology research being done around the country. Reports on this page include: * Microbe manipulation to control nitrogen
The GRDC is helping four students at Victoria’s Longerenong College set course for careers in the grains industry. The students have each been awarded a $3000 scholarship to go towards their vocational education and training expenses.
The 2014 recipient of the prestigious World Food Prize is Australian-trained Dr Sanjay Rajaram, who headed the wheat-breeding program at the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT) for several decades, succeeding Dr Norman Borlaug
It is the agricultural equivalent of drug companies joining forces to educate the public and medical profession about the dangers of antibiotic resistance.
Increased canola production in Australia has resulted in an excess of canola meal as a by-product. This is used as a low-value stock feed, but the potential for canola meal as a source of food proteins and therapeutic bioactive compounds has already