The 2010 winter crop is still a confronting issue for many, but the grains industry marches on. With a positive...
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Labelling to guide food choices
Winning education awards not only provides kudos but valuable financial support
There are many challenges and opportunities confronting the grains industry.
Grain growers in Victoria’s south-west who participate in the Victorian Soil Carbon Project can help agricultural industries and government make more informed decisions about managing soil carbon.
Hands-on experience helps demonstrate careers in science
The focus of a GRDC scholarship recently awarded to a Western Australian researcher could help to reduce the risk of wild radish developing glyphosate resistance.
Growers in regions still affected by locust hatchings are being advised to consider applying insecticide with their pre-sowing weed control.
A scholarship helped cement Hollie Webster’s commitment to agricultural research
The increasing prevalence of barley powdery mildew is being seen as a warning to growers, breeders and chemical companies to change their ways or face potential resistance issues.
Dr Mike Bell from the Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation (QAAFI) is encouraging growers to explore new ways of replenishing their soil phosphorus reserves.