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| Safe Farming Tasmania (Safe_Farming_Tasmania_Flyer.pdf 219 KB)|
Safe Farming Tasmania flyer, July 2015
| Safe Farming Tasmania Induction Handbook|
The Safe Farming Tasmania Induction Handbook contains easy to read work health and safety information to help on-farm workplace induction practices.
| Safe Work Australia |
The role of Safe Work Australia is to develop national occupational health and safety (OHS) and workers' compensation policy; encourage policy discussion and research and promote consistency in legislation developed by states and territories.
Salinity causes major social, environmental and economic problems in many parts of Australia. Find out more about the causes and management of salinity with these weblinks
| Salinity and Land Degradation in Tasmania|
Issues, information and tools concerned with salinity management in Tasmania.
| Save the Tasmanian Devil website|
The fight to save the Tasmanian Devil is collaboration between the Tasmanian Government, the University of Tasmania and other research institutions, schools, individuals and the corporate community.
SCAMwatch is a site to help you recognise, report and protect yourself from scams. SCAMwatch is owned and maintained by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and is also the campaign portal for the Australasian Consumer Fraud Taskforce.
Provides links to various organisations providing scholarships and programs related to agriculture.
| Science of climate change (Science_of_Climate_Change_Fact_Sheet.pdf 921 KB)|
Science of climate change
|Science online databases|
Online databases related to Science.
| Seasonal Climate Outlook|
The Bureau of Meteorology's Seasonal Climate Outlook is issued every month, giving probabilities for rainfall and temperatures in the season ahead.
|Securely Fenced House Yards - Safe Play Areas on Farms TV Campaign|
The Securely Fenced House Yards - Safe Play Areas on Farms TV Campaign is being conducted by the Australian Centre for Agricultural Health and Safety (ACAHS, University of Sydney) and is funded by the Australian Government.
| Selected Agricultural Commodities 2005-2006 (ABS)|
Electronic release of an expanded set of agricultural commodity data (approx. 50 commodities), at state and national level for 2005-06.
| Service Tasmania|
Service Tasmania provides a one stop access to Government transactions, services and information.
|Sheep Breed Societies|
Provides links to sheep breed societies.
| Sheep CRC|
The CRC for Sheep Industry Innovation is a collaboration between Australia's leading sheep industry organisations, which is supported under the Australian Government's Cooperative Research Centres Program.
| Sheep Drench - decision guide for Tasmania|
Sheep drench decision guide for Tasmania from the national website - wormboss.com.au
| Sheep feeding and nutrition (NSW DPI)|
Provides links to a number of primefacts on sheep feeding and nutrition.
| Sheep feedlot calculator|
The feedlot calculator is easy to use and allows you to make well-informed decisions about the likely financial outcome before committing yourself.
Information on the wool and sheep meat industry in Tasmania.
| Sheep lice &blowflies (EctoParasites_wshops.pdf 158 KB)|
Sheep lice &blowfly workshops 2010
| Sheep management (NSW DPI)|
Provides a number of links to primefacts on sheep management.
| Sheep yards & equipment (DPI NSW)|
Provides links to a number of primefacts on sheep yard design and equipment.
| SheepConnect Tasmania|
SheepConnect is a cooperative initiative between Australian Wool Innovation (AWI), the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture (TIA) and DPIPWE to engage sheep producers in continuous improvement of their sheep and wool productivity systems.
|Sick of foam packaging for your vegies? A national solution is still years away|
A council from regional NSW is blaming excess packaging as the reason why it cannot reach its zero waste-to-landfill target.
|Single male Queensland fruit fly detected on Flinders Island during ongoing surveillance|
A single adult male Queensland fruit fly has been detected on Flinders Island during the ongoing surveillance program undertaken by Biosecurity Tasmania.
The detection does not affect northern Tasmania. The target date for reinstatement for the Northern Tasmanian Control Area remains 9 January 2019, subject to not detecting any fruit fly in this area.
| Small business assistance |
Support for people intending to commence in business and also for existing small businesses in Tasmania.
| Small Farm Living Resource Centre|
Small Farm Living Resource Centre prepared and maintained by NRM North.
|Small Farm Planning Program - NRM South|
Farm Planning Program - NRM South
|Small Farms Small Grants round 2 Now Open|
Grants valued between $5,000 and $200,000 are offered to organisations and individuals
| Soil amendment with biochar & compost (Biochar_Update_July_2013.pdf 3279 KB)|
Report on a TIA trial on the use of biochar (July 2013)
| Soil compaction guidelines (NSW DPI)|
Guidelines for managing soil compaction, from NSW DPI.
| Soil Compaction in Tasmania|
Information on soil compaction in Tasmania
| Soil Erosion in Tasmania|
Information on the extent, types, and control of soil erosion in Tasmania.
| Soil erosion (NSW)|
Provides information on different types of erosion and how to monitor erosion and manage erosion.
|Soil import requirement (July 2010)|
A fact sheet outlining a new Import Requirement regarding the importation of plant material or soil into Tasmania for laboratory analysis/diagnosis.
| Soil Management in Tasmania|
Comprehensive information on soil management including soil erosion, salinity, stubble management and various publications for producers.
| Soil Maps of Tasmania|
The Reconnaissance Soil Maps of Tasmania
| soil moisture monitoring incentives (Intelligent_irrigation_Flyer.pdf 705 KB)|
intelligent irrigation flyer
|South Australia's emerging hemp industry forecast to be worth millions|
South Australia's fledgling hemp industry could be worth $3 million annually within five years, government data shows.
| South esk catchment moratorium (South_esk_moratorium_09.pdf 24 KB)|
south esk water
| Southdown Australia|
Includes information on breed, history, sales, health, news and current breeders.
| Southern Farming Systems |
A farmer-driven non-profit organisation undertaking research and extension programs in southern Australia.
| SPAA - Precision Agriculture Australia|
SPAA is a non-profit and independent membership based group formed in 2002 to promote the development and adoption of precision agriculture (PA) technologies. The association aims to be the leading advocate for PA in Australia and through this role improve the profitability and sustainability of agricultural production systems via the adoption of PA.
|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.
| Spray Information and Incidents (DPIPWE)|
Includes the contact number for enquiries and complaints about spray drift or other off-target movement of agricultural chemicals in Tasmania.
| Springboard Development Program|
Springboard has a range of development services designed to support and facilitate new and established businesses.
| St John Ambulance|
St John Ambulance Australia is a self-funding charitable organisation active in all States and Territories, dedicated to helping people in sickness, distress, suffering or danger.
|Start-up seeks to guarantee meat eating quality using science|
Guaranteeing the eating quality of a steak or lamb chop is the aim of Adelaide start-up MEQ Probe.
| Starting a Business (Aust Gov)|
Information about hiring people; employer obligations; employee entitlements; skills and training; complaints, disputes and employee relations.
| State Emergency Service Tasmania|
The SES provides a volunteer response capability for severe storms and floods, road crash rescue, search and rescue/recovery and a range of other general rescue and community support roles.
| State Library of Tasmania|
State Library of Tasmania website with links to the online library catalogue, reference and research services.
|State of the Climate 2018|
The Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO play an important role in monitoring, analysing and communicating observed changes in Australia's climate.
|Statistics online databases|
Online databases related to Statistics.
| Stay smart online|
A whole of Government, one-stop-shop for easy to follow e-security information.
|Stock culled as drought drives grain, hay prices to 'scary' highs amid record demand|
Farmers are culling animals and failing to cover the cost of production as grain prices skyrocket due to drought.
| Stock Underpass Pilot Program (June 2017)|
The Tasmanian Government has announced a Stock Underpass Pilot Program to help dairy farmers improve road and farm safety.
|Strawberry needle scare: History shows growers may bounce back stronger than ever|
In the aftermath of the needle tampering saga that gripped Australia, life and work for strawberry growers is slowly returning to normal.
| Suffolk Sheep Society of Australia|
Information on the breed, sheep sales and the Society.
| Supporting Agricultural Communities (Aust Gov)|
Assistance measures for farmers from the Australian Government.
| Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (US)|
US organisation which helps to advance farming systems that are profitable, environmentally sound and good for communities through a nationwide research and education grants program.
| Syngenta Australia material safety data sheets|
Provides material safety data sheets and information on Syngenta Australia products.
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