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'Speed Breeding'Boosts Future Crop Possibilities

Australian scientists, inspired by NASA space experiments, have pioneered a new method of growing crops, known as "speed breeding," which has the potential to help feed the world's growing population

Skilled Migration - Australian Cotton Research Institute

The 7th Regional Development Australia Northern Inland (RDANI) skilled migration case study video highlights the importance of skilled migration for the region, according to RDANI Chair Russell Stewart.

Science of milk

A brief ANU tour of milk's special properties and how its vital proteins and nutrients keep our bones strong and healthy.

Weed seed control

Ray Harrington explains how to maximise the effectiveness of harvest weed seed control through correct header setup.

Great goats

Christine Ferguson is the regional guru on the goat industry. She is rehabilitating her country using goats to control invasive native scrub.
Thursday, 01 March 2018 10:08

ACCC MG worries

The ACCC says its concerns around the proposed acquisition of the assets of Murray Goulburn (ASX:MGC) by Saputo are solely in relation to Murray Goulburn’s Koroit dairy plant in western Victoria, in particular the impact the acquisition will have on competition for farmers’ milk in the area.

Wednesday, 28 February 2018 12:49

Rice scholarship

SunRice is proud to announce Annabel Arnold from Berrigan as the 2018 recipient of the Jan Cathcart Memorial Scholarship, which will support her in undertaking a Bachelor of Agriculture degree from the University of Melbourne.

Friday, 23 February 2018 09:25

No kidding

A feasibility study into opportunities to encourage goatmeat consumption in Australia has identified that value-adding could create more demand and potentially generate $13 million for the industry annually.

Wednesday, 21 February 2018 12:19

Wool Vs synthetics

Australian Wool Innovation and the Cotton Research and Development Corporation have joined forces to talk up the eco-credentials of natural fibres in the face of growing concern about the environmental impact of synthetics.

Wednesday, 21 February 2018 11:46

Seed for autumn feed

For farmers who may traditionally buy their feed from an external source rather than growing it on-farm, there’s one very good reason for a change this winter – as proprietary pasture seed company PGG Wrightson Seeds’ Product Development Manager Allan Mudford explains.

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