Australia is on track to produce a cotton crop of around 2.3 million bales, and prices are firming as the start of picking approaches.
Mouse numbers continue to rise in eastern farming areas despite calls for producers to inspect for mice and bait during summer planting, risking serious damage to summer crops…Read MoreGrain Central, January 19, 2021
Barley sown in spring rather than the traditional time in autumn could have potential to fill a productivity niche in the cool-summer, high-yielding farming regions of Tasmania…Read MoreNeil Lyon, January 18, 2021
Growing a mungbean crop could be an excellent way to get on top of feathertop Rhodes grass, a highly competitive and difficult to control summer weed…Read MoreCindy Benjamin, WeedSmart, January 15, 2021
The Federal Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment (DAWE) has approved the importation of a biological control agent into Australia as part of research into fall armyworm (FAW) control options…Read MoreGrain Central, January 12, 2021
Researchers have been able to predict soybean maturity date within two days using drone images and artificial intelligence, greatly reducing the need for boots on the ground…Read MoreGrain Central, December 11, 2020