Global agri-science merger; New blackleg ratings; Crop trials data goes online; China training delegation; Industry moves...
The GRDC’s annual spring tours have again provided valuable opportunities for researchers, growers and their GRDC Panel representatives to meet...
New Group B herbicide-tolerant lentil varieties may boost the crop’s potential in Western Australia, which has not had the same...
PBA Hurricane XT has taken the pulse industry by storm, as growers embrace this lentil variety’s herbicide tolerance...
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Boggabilla, NSW, grain grower John Woods has been appointed the new GRDC chair, replacing Queensland grower Richard Clark. The three-year appointment was announced by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, Barnaby
The long-serving chair of the GRDC’s Northern Panel, James Clark, retired from the post at the end of August, and has been succeeded by NSW grower and agricultural consultant John Minogue.
Agriculture Victoria research scientists Frank Henry and Dr Mohammad Aftab are conducting a pilot study across the high-rainfall zone of south-western Victoria to determine the presence of beet western yellows virus (BWYV).
Queensland high-school students Joel Johnson and Stephanie Ferris were winner and runner-up respectively in the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries Food 2016 Hermitage Research Facility Schools Plant Science Competition.
Growers interested in the latest science behind the key climate drivers bringing wetter and drier conditions to Australian farms will find plenty of interest in a new series of updated ‘climatedog’ animations. The animations, viewable at
The Department of Agriculture and Food, WA (DAFWA), has set up a reciprocal exchange of wheat germplasm with Norway to overcome the fungal disease Stagonospora nodorum blotch (SNB).
With a passion for conserving bushland, soil and water, Neil Smith was one of the early drivers of today’s conservation farming systems
Spring has been a busy period of grower engagement for the GRDC’s Western Panel, staff and Regional Cropping Solutions Network (RCSN) groups.
Teachers and careers advisers from the Wagga Wagga region gained a lesson in the range of opportunities on offer in the grains sector as part of a workshop to boost the number of students choosing agriculture as their career.
Angus Lyne was seriously considering dropping canola from his cropping rotation because of issues associated with slug control and slow vigour in cold May and June conditions.