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When it comes to changing grain growers’ perceptions and motivating practice change on-farm, American agricultural academic Drew Lyon believes it does not matter where in the world you are, the challenges are strikingly similar.
The national winter crop production is tipped to be 20 per cent below the 20-year average, as farmers grapple with drought across large parts of Australia’s east.
A new variety of wheat will give farmers the opportunity to sow later in the season without compromising yields.
An international guide to addressing the challenge of diseases in wheat and barley has been launched, with John Curtin University’s Professor Richard Oliver editing the go-to reference for the agricultural industry.
Australia is likely to experience one of the most mixed winter crop harvests in years, with Western Australia on track for above-average wheat production while tough conditions have led to a well-below-average harvest in the eastern states.
Grain growers in Victoria and South Australia who have cut crops due to moisture stress and frost are advised to be mindful of the amount of nutrients being removed from their paddocks.
With summer just around the corner, one cropping farmer is cursing the fact that rain has finally arrived.
As the region’s farmers enter harvest season, drivers are being urged to pay extra attention on the roads.
More resilient barley varieties with better yields could soon be available to Australian farmers thanks to an international research partnership.
While most of the canola grown in northern Victoria is being cut for hay, one Dookie farmer is keeping the majority of his crop for what it was originally sown for.
The Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture will present the latest innovations and technologies for the precision agriculture sector at its upcoming event, GFIA in Focus.
Following a large monthly gain of 6.5 per cent in September, the NAB Rural Commodities Index has continued to perform well month-on-month, rising a further 1.8 per cent in October.
Spurred on by conversations with his peers at planting time, third generation central NSW rice grower Drew Braithwaite had long been searching for more innovative ways to market and trade his produce.
Darcy Hare doesn’t quite fit the typical stereotype of someone passionate about water and policy.
Dozens of irrigators and community leaders are marching in Melbourne this morning to protest the impact of the Murray Darling Basin Plan on their communities. “We want to be heard. We want the ministers to listen to our concerns and understand...
Drought conditions and flooding caused by water spilling out of the Barmah Choke have left brumbies in Barmah National Park starving, forcing local volunteers to handfeed them in an attempt to keep them alive.