Fertiliser sales surge as growers swoop on lower prices

Fertiliser prices have dropped from their peaks seen last year following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and growers are booking up tonnes ahead of winter-crop seeding…Read More

Liz Wells, February 6, 2023

Growers unite to target spray drift amid damage reports

Amid increased reports of damage from spray drift this season, Cotton Australia and Grain Producers Australia are calling for tougher action against offenders…Read More

Grain Central, February 6, 2023

Carsons list Dirranbandi cropping, grazing portfolio

The Carson family has listed their 18,180ha portfolio south of Dirranbandi which features irrigated cotton country and a DSE of 15,500…Read More

Emma Alsop, February 6, 2023

CBH sets more supply-chain records

CBH Group set a new rail-haulage record last month, as well as loading the biggest canola cargo yet to sail from its Albany terminal. ..Read More

Grain Central, February 6, 2023

Groups calls for hands off on fuel tax credits

NFF and GrainGrowers are calling on the Federal Government to rule out changes to the Fuel Tax Credits Scheme as recommended in a report from the Grattan Institute which would impact on and off-road users…Read More

Grain Central, February 6, 2023

Study points to maintained wheat yield with less fertiliser

High NUFER has been identified as a way for growers to use less fertiliser without comprising wheat yield and protein, according to a Chinese-led study which involves UWA…Read More

Grain Central, February 6, 2023

Daily Market Wire 6 February 2023

FAO food price index eases for vegetable oils (25pc year-on-year), dairy, sugar. US winter wheat plantings reach 8-year high. Wheat price in WA, SA bids firmer. ..Read More

Lachstock Consulting, February 6, 2023

Ardmore on track to become main phosphate supplier

Australian resource company Centrex is well on the way to replace about 60pc of phosphate rock imports with its Ardmore Phosphate Rock Mine project gaining momentum.
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Emma Alsop, February 3, 2023

Grain Central’s February 2023 news quiz

Keep up to date with Australian cropping industry developments with Grain Central’s monthly quiz…..Read More

Grain Central, February 3, 2023

Coonamble-Gilgandra rail in line for $24M upgrade

The NSW Government has announced funding to upgrade the Gilgandra-Coonamble line to match the axle load limits of the Inland Rail line now being built…Read More

Grain Central, February 3, 2023

Biniguy grower fined $350,000 for water offences

Fines totalling $353,750 are to be paid for taking water from the Gwydir River east of Moree, and building an unauthorised storage on Binneguy Station…Read More

Grain Central, February 3, 2023

Feedgrain Focus: North softens, south steady

Prices for feedgrain in the northern region are under some supply-side pressure as the sorghum harvest kicks off, and the southern market is trading mostly sideways…Read More

Liz Wells, February 2, 2023

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