Windmill grass continues to establish itself in Central West NSW and scientists fear it may threaten the benefits gained from...
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The relationship between root lesion nematode populations and crown rot is being explored to improve winter cereal disease management....
Unravelling the genetic make-up of brassica fungal diseases is enabling regional management packages and new control methods to be developed....
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The NSW Minister for Agriculture and Small Business, Katrina Hodgkinson, recently introduced a bill to extend the existing GM arrangements in NSW for a decade.
Windmill grass continues to establish itself in Central West NSW and scientists fear it may threaten the benefits gained from minimum-till farming systems.
Agronomist Rachel Herron has joined the Northern Grower Alliance (NGA) to manage crop trials in the Goodiwindi/Moree and Mungindi/Balonne districts.
The work of Victoria’s agricultural scientists has been recognised in the Bioscience Research Division Victorian Awards. The Norman Borlaug Impact Award, the Aristotle Education Award and the René Descartes Scientific Method and Process Award all
Increased consumer awareness of where food comes from provided a strong basis for a system to certify as sustainable wheat produced by Australia’s no-till farmers, the conference was told.
A website has been set up to give growers more information about end point royalties (EPRs).
The GRDC has addressed issues of importance to growers around the country in its regular six-monthly meeting with Grain Producers Australia (GPA), the official grower representative organisation to which it reports and other state and national
Field trials show the contribution that flag leaf emergence in cereals makes to grain-fill, and ultimately yield, could be overestimated.
The strength and vitality of grain-growing communities is reflected in the enthusiasm and work of women nominated for the RIRDC Rural Women’s Award.
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