Applications are open for the Extension Accelerator program to develop young Tasmanian agricultural professionals and build extension capability within the agrifood sector in partnership with industry.
Microgreens and baby salad crops are a big hit with chefs, keeping vegetable growers on their toes.
A wine grower in Tasmania's Huon Valley says he has found a way to remove smoke from tainted grapes and not lose a vintage.
The prestigious Gary Sansom Scholarship aims to uncover future chicken meat industry leaders and champion important research working to boost the productivity and sustainability of chicken meat production.
One of the oldest professions in the county is in need of new workers — and a new wave of youngsters is answering the call.
There's some insects we don't want in the ecosystem, of course, Tomato-Potato Psyllid (TPP) being one. Adopt-a-Trap and help keep Tasmania TPP free!
In 2019 the Australian Government extended grants under the Package Assisting Small Exporters (PASE). Grants will be extended for 4 years to 2022-23. These funds will support small exporters to overcome the barriers they face when exporting.
Recovery and Restoration Grants of up to $9,400 have been made available to support people in the Break O’Day Council area whose homes have been damaged or destroyed by the Fingal bushfires.
Few images are ingrained in the national psyche like that of the farmer and their loyal canine sidekick.
The guide helps locals and visitors discover businesses selling high quality Tasmanian produce direct to the public
The Review involved a general call for public submissions and the reviewer (Mr Mike Blake) also conducted a series of public consultation meetings and met individually with key stakeholders.
The 2020 edition of the Plant Biosecurity Manual Tasmania (PBMTas) is now available and the Tasmanian Biosecurity Import Requirement Database (TBIRD) has been disabled for now.
The document has been built on countless hours of engagement with people involved across the industry.
An Adelaide man has been arrested in Hobart and charged with trafficking in opium poppy capsules.
Dairy code of conduct launches ahead of schedule banning retrospective cuts, guaranteeing farmgate prices
Drought, bushfire smoke, and a distinct lack of snow will not ever hold back our traditional dressing of farm mailboxes and fence lines.
Plan for your business to survive, recover and thrive with a Business Tasmania Emergency Preparation Toolkit.
The Minister for Primary Industries and Water, Guy Barnett, has announced appointments to the Tasmanian Biosecurity Advisory Committee.
Tasmanian livestock owners and veterinarians are being asked to be on the lookout for symptoms of ABLD in their herds, following a recent episode that is highly suspicious of ABLD on a property in northern Tasmania.
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