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The outbreak of stem rust in the southern region is a timely reminder that growers need to consider the spectrum of potential diseases when selecting next year’s varieties.
The Northern Grower Alliance (NGA) has launched a new website for grain growers in northern NSW and southern Queensland.
If you are thinking of retaining seed from your hybrid canola crops for next year’s planting, think again.
The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has commercially approved one of the first GM products targeted at the food industry.
Recent drought-quenching rains have brought Henry Nation’s farm in Young, NSW, back to life and could deliver his biggest winter crop in years.
A new company may be established to take over management of Australia’s wheat classification system in early 2011
A representative of one of Malaysia’s largest grain, oilseed and oil-processing groups recently visited Australia with a view to placing larger orders for Australian grain, following this winter season’s harvest.
WWF (formerly the World Wildlife Fund) has backed away from its previous anti-GM stance at a recent Cattle Industry Summer Conference held in Colorado, USA.
Commercial production of a new biological agent is being sought to help control snails, which continue to be a costly pest for grain growers. The GRDC and Charles Sturt University (CSU) are looking for an organisation to commercialise a unique
GRDC Chairman Keith Perrett is Australia’s first Farm Industry Leader of the Year, receiving the honour in September at the inaugural Australian Farmer of the Year Awards in Sydney.