A new online tool to help wheat growers overcome problems in the paddock has been launched by the Department of...
There is more than one on-farm fatality each week in Australia – a stark reminder of the ongoing need for...
Sowing canola in early April could boost yield and water use efficiency in low-to-medium-rainfall zones with careful variety selection...
Researchers in Western Australia are exploring how different varieties of canola interact with the environment to influence yield....
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A new online tool to help wheat growers overcome problems in the paddock has been launched by the Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia (DAFWA).
A new GRDC publication follows the career paths of young grains scientists to highlight the diverse opportunities available in the Australian grains industry.
Two grains industry professionals have begun the Australian Rural Leadership Program (ARLP) for 2015-16 with support from the GRDC.
There is more than one on-farm fatality each week in Australia – a stark reminder of the ongoing need for vigilance in agriculture – according to the Australian Centre for Agricultural Health and Safety (AgHealth Australia) at the University of
Working its way over rice crops in New South Wales, a robotic tractor from Japan has demonstrated the potential for new satellite-guided technology in cropping operations.
Scientists from across Australia recently gathered at a workshop in Brisbane to discuss the latest findings of their research into crop nutrition and plan the future directions of their work. The scientists – working on the GRDC’s More Profit
Counter to the idea that a warming climate might decrease frost damage, new research suggests that rising temperatures could actually increase frost-induced yield losses.
Increased carbon dioxide (CO2) in a changing climate has the potential to increase the severity of some cereal crop diseases.
While ongoing surveillance is a crucial part of growers’ cropping operations, there is increasing value in keeping records of surveillance activities, says grains biosecurity officer Rachel Taylor. This includes providing evidence for ‘proof of
‘Don’t waste moisture’ is Damen Maddock’s motto for his mixed-farming enterprise in Western Australia’s north-eastern wheatbelt.