Rust: a year in review...
Winner of a Case IH scholarship to study at Marcus Oldham College, Victorian agricultural student Glenden Watts has no doubts...
Microelectronics are enabling small, robust spectrometers that can rapidly gather soil data on-the-go...
Researchers are harnessing plants’ natural defences to develop innovative controls for hard-to-control weeds...
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Although mean minimum temperatures across much of southern Australia have increased by about 0.5°C over the past 50 years, frosty nights still occur.
Rust: a year in review
Owners of disc seeders are convinced of their long-term benefits despite potential short-term limitations in challenging soil and stubble conditions.
In grower trials at Wickepin, Western Australia, a five-year study shows continuous barley can be the most profitable option for some farming systems.
The collaborative approach to whole-farm innovation has delivered valuable lessons for R&D delivery.
Better ways to control the damaging lucerne flea, which attacks pasture, cereal and legume crops, is one expected outcome of a GRDC-funded PhD research project at the University of Melbourne.
South-eastern Australia’s longest, most severe and damaging droughts are caused by a phenomenon known as the Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) new research has found.
A hairy, candelabra-shaped plant up to one metre tall and a member of the daisy family – which is a problem for growers in southern Queensland and northern NSW – is emerging as a nemesis for broadacre crops on Western Australia’s south coast.
Winner of a Case IH scholarship to study at Marcus Oldham College, Victorian agricultural student Glenden Watts has no doubts where his future lies