Researchers want to mass-farm a native Queensland seaweed, which stops cows burping methane, in a bid to help cut the country's greenhouse gas emissions.
The trend of chefs foraging for wild bush foods is shifting towards cultivation
Just how much has Tasmania's climate changed over the past 100 years?
Funding courtesy of Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) will enable Tamar NRM to participate in a national pilot project looking at creating and maintaining healthy soils.
The Tamar Valley is to be one of eleven soils discussion groups supported through MLA funding, across New South Wales, South Australia, Tasmania and Victoria.
Lamb producers say they are very happy about changes to the way young sheep are classified as 'lambs' or the older and cheaper 'hogget' — they say it simplifies the system and makes everyone's life easier.
Cider sales across the nation have dropped by a whopping $22 million over the past two years, but boutique cider makers are fighting against the trend, using historic apple varieties to bring the sexy back into cider.
The rise of home renovation shows has helped glamorise DIY but take the cameras and personalities away and the situation is quite different — especially when it comes to tackling heritage buildings.
The Tasmanian Government Weeds Action Fund (WAF) is a ground-breaking fund with a total budget of $5 million over five years to tackle weeds that are impacting on valuable agricultural and environmental assets.
On 28 May 2019, Biosecurity Tasmania declared by public notice changes to Import Requirements 10 and 46 of the Plant Biosecurity Manual Tasmania however; those regulatory changes do not come into effect until 27 July 2019. The changes have been brought into regulation to align with similar changes in regulation for these pests by all other States and Territories.
An Independent Review into the Tasmanian QFF incursion and response is currently underway. The aim of the Review is to consider the lessons learnt to ensure that Tasmania is best placed to manage the risk which QFF poses to our horticultural industries.
Acknowledged as one of the State’s most prestigious industry awards, the Tasmanian Export Awards recognises Tasmanian enterprises for their export achievements.
Amendments to Import Requirement (IR) 11 have come into immediate effect from midnight on Tuesday 28 May 2019, removing import conditions specific to onion smut (whilst still retaining import conditions for Iris Yellow Spot Tospovirus (IYSV).
Freight costs continue to dampen Australia’s competitiveness on the international commodities market with a new report out today showing that logistics are the largest single cost item in the production of many agricultural products.
The Quad Bike Safety Rebate Scheme is available to Tasmanian farmers to improve safety on quad bikes.
It's the greenhouse that will make you green with envy but only a select few will be able to visit the Tasmanian Botanics processing facility — for security reasons.
If you are interested in starting or changing to a new agricultural venture, then you should access the Climate Mapping Variables layers.
When the only son of a farming family decided to leave his parents' dairy business it triggered a feud between father and son that lasted years. It was not until the family farmhouse caught fire that the men had cause to reunite and make amends.
A Tamworth teacher has developed the first curriculum in Australia that explores regenerative agricultural principles and practices.
Joel Salatin's ideas aren't appreciated by everyone. But the man dubbed by Time magazine as "America's best farmer" takes any criticism in his stride.
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A Queensland food technology company has patented a process it claims can keep 100 per cent natural milk fresh in the fridge for at least 60 days without additives or preservatives.