CSIRO research into global impacts of invasive species has found that sub-Saharan African countries are most at risk.
Emerging weeds are generally weeds that have been present in an area but for some reason have not been of any great concern.
The Invasive Animals CRC opens its popular feral animal photo competition with new ‘best footage' category.
A High Tea at the luxurious Palazzo Versace provided the perfect backdrop for the 2016 Women in Horticulture networking event.
In 1996 it was decided that the Murray family would divest their interest in the business and production to the Taylor family.
Native insects play an important role in pollinating agricultural crops but it's the European honey bee that often gets the glory according to Charles Sturt University (CSU) ecologist Dr Manu Saunders.
A new short film has been created to sell wool's many messages of timelessness and versatility for a new generation.
Queenslanders are being urged to get behind AgForce's new ‘Fair Laws for Farmers' campaign to help farmers grow their businesses, create jobs and produce more food and fibre.
Research findings that each additional serve of wholegrains decreased the risk of dying from cardiovascular disease by 9% supports Heart Foundation recommendations.
Growing the northern beef industry, unlocking the agricultural potential of the north and investing in rural industries are just some of the topics on the agenda when the ABARES Regional Outlook conference comes to Darwin on 6 July 2016.
Western Australian grain growers are encouraged to remain vigilant in monitoring crops for signs of mice during seeding and the growing season, and to make use of the interactive MouseAlert website.
In winter, when the sun is travelling at a lower angle the additional shading of the inter-row that occurs when crops are sown in rows running east-west can help suppress weeds growing in-crop
To minimise the impact of slug damage to crops, grain growers in Western Australia's high rainfall areas are encouraged to monitor paddocks and to use sufficient baiting rates to control the pests.
CropLife Australia warmly welcomed Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, the Hon Barnaby Joyce's announcement of an initiative to further improve Australian farmers' access to crucial crop protection products.
The Royal Agricultural Society of Queensland (RASQ) Queensland Country Life Grains Outlook crop competition has again showcased the region’s best crops, with the most widely planted summer and winter crops, sorghum and wheat, hitting big numbers in the yield stakes.