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Tasmania poised to declare victory in war against carp
A 25-year battle to eradicate European carp from Tasmanian lakes is coming to an end, with less than 20 of the pest fish remaining.
22/03/2019
Biosecurity Advisory 8/2019 - Independent review of the Queensland Fruit Fly response has now commenced
Biosecurity Advisory 8/2019 - Independent review of the Queensland Fruit Fly response has now commenced
19/03/2019
Last week
White wine taste is changing as temperatures in growing areas rise, winemaker says
White wine taste is changing as temperatures in growing areas rise, winemaker says
15/03/2019
Poolside pastoralism brings mobile and data technology into paddocks and into the future
Sitting on his back verandah with mobile phone in hand, Calum Carruth checks his tank levels to see how much water the cattle and goats have used across his 126,000-hectare property.
15/03/2019
Speed breeding of crops by Queensland researchers in bid to battle global hunger
Queensland researchers are speeding up the life cycle of crops to develop new varieties for Australian farmers in a bid to minimise the impacts of drought and climate change.
15/03/2019
Drought, heat and floods blamed for limited fresh produce supply on supermarket shelves
Supermarkets are having to rethink what fruit and vegetables they put on the shelves as growers in eastern states are hit by a range of natural disasters.
15/03/2019
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Small Farm Planning Program - NRM South
Farm Planning Program - NRM South
08/03/2019
Hunters and shooters, we want to know what you think!
The Commonwealth Department of Health has commissioned RMCG to undertake a study on the economic and social benefits of recreational hunting and shooting.
07/03/2019
Heightened security measures to reduce the risk of aviation terror acts to impact all Australian exporters
Could a humble packing shed in rural Australia be the chink in the armour for terrorists wanting to blow up a plane?
07/03/2019
The future of farming in the era of climate change
Seemingly relentless climate-related headlines paint a picture of an agricultural industry under siege.
04/03/2019
Tea farmers reveal the key to a perfect brew — and how they grow their award-winning product
If you have ever had a bad experience with bitter green tea, the blame may lie in the way it has been brewed.
04/03/2019
Agricultural industry turns to virtual reality to boost big business and attract new blood
A growing number of large agribusinesses are using virtual reality as a practical tool to do everything from training staff to selling stock.
04/03/2019
Funding Programs from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency
Funding Programs from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency
01/03/2019
Biosecurity Advisory 6/2019 - Changes to import requirements for fruit fly host produce fumigated with methyl bromide
Biosecurity Advisory 6/2019 - Changes to import requirements for fruit fly host produce fumigated with methyl bromide
01/03/2019