The outlook for the hay and fodder industry is looking bright as Australian producers meet increasingly sophisticated market requirements...
A consultant from South Australia and an agronomist from New South Wales were recently recognised for their contribution to science...
Five sites are assessing how research outcomes fit together in the day-to-day operations on-farm, at ports and in bulk-handling facilities...
Replacing oxygen in grain storage silos with nitrogen has proven an effective way to remove insects at all stages of...
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The Grain Industry Association of Western Australia (GIWA) has convened the GIWA Barley Standards Review Committee to review barley standards in WA.
The GRDC is to boost its presence and outreach to growers in the southern cropping region through the establishment of a regional office. The office will initially be located in Adelaide, from which it will service the three states that comprise the
Grain Producers Australia (GPA) and Grain Growers Limited (GrainGrowers) recently had their first consultation meeting with the GRDC as joint industry representative organisations in Adelaide. The meeting was the first following a decision in July
Former GRDC Southern Panel member Richard Konzag (right) and Larn McMurray from the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) caught up at the recent Grains Research Update at Kadina, South Australia.
Growers are urged to monitor and control native budworm to help minimise crop damage caused by this late-season pest.
A consultant from South Australia and an agronomist from New South Wales were recently recognised for their contribution to science and agronomy. Louise Flohr, from Agrilink Agricultural Consultants, and Rohan Brill, from the NSW Department of
A new five-year research project aims to identify cost-effective practices to help western growers overcome constraints to productivity and profitability on forest gravel soils. GRDC Western Panel chair Peter Roberts says the new project, starting
Managing stubble at harvest as part of forward-planning spray operations was one of the key points dealt with at a Southern Farming Systems boomspray demonstration day in September. More than 100 growers attended the event designed to bring people
As the 2016 International Year of Pulses nears, Australian growers stand to benefit from opportunities in the market as demand for grain quality increases.
Establishing a new product on the market is often a tricky business, and that is a truism known all too well to those experimenting with pea hay.