Grain growers are being urged to use the new cereal and pulse disease guides when planning for the control of crop diseases this season.
GrainCorp’s plans to demerge its global malting business and list the new company on the ASX have been greeted warmly by investors.
Testing cereal and pulse seed for germination and vigour could be one of the best investments growers can make in the lead-up to the 2019 winter crop sowing.
Increasing productivity and job creation through protected cropping and horticulture was the key topic of conversation at an industry roundtable last week, with a push to grow investment.
A return to average seasonal conditions this year will see Australia’s grain sector facing a challenge of a different kind — exposure to the fall-out of ongoing United States-China trade tensions, according to a recently released industry report.
More hay and less canola is set to be the sowing trend around Elmore, Colbinabbin and Rochester, according to a Landmark agronomist.
Australia’s leading spray application specialist Bill Gordon will headline an upcoming series of Grains Research and Development Corporation effective spray application workshops in Victoria.
Many cropping farmers will be banking on the weather this season, with hopes of a better season hinging on a good autumn break.
A desire to help farmers reduce crop losses has led one scientist to create an innovative device that can detect fungal diseases in the air.
Australian grain growers are set to reap the benefits of a $50million venture capital fund to draw the best and brightest tech start-ups from across the globe to focus on innovative solutions for grain growers’ most-difficult-to-solve problems.
A chance for farmers to see machinery in action was the point of a cropping and tillage day held at the Elmore Field Days site on Wednesday.
Women in the grains industry with an ambition to shape the future of Australia’s food and fibre sector are encouraged to apply for the National Farmers’ Federation’s 2019 Diversity in Agriculture Leadership Program.
Efforts are continuing to grow the value of Australian wheat overseas following intense pressure from low-cost competitors.
Communicating and connecting with end consumers was a strong and emerging theme at this year’s VFF Grains Conference.
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