The Norman family is selling its irrigated and dryland cotton, grain and pulse-growing operation on the Queensland-New South Wales border via an international expression of interest campaign.
Cotton Seed Distributors (CSD) has commenced the next step in the multimillion dollar redevelopment of its ‘Shenstone’ cotton seed processing plant and laboratory, near Wee Waa in north west NSW.
Ratoon cotton, which occurs when a plant survives over winter and then regrows from the old root stock, is best managed post-harvest.
New cotton growers will have access to timely information to kick off the 2017/18 season with the launch of a new website, ‘Acres of Opportunity’.
For the first time in the history of the Australian Cotton Industry Awards, recipients for the five categories were announced in a ceremony held in Griffith in the NSW Riverina.
The fundamental design of the Murray Darling Plan is good, but the implementation of the plan has a number of shortcomings, according to Dr David Adamson from The Centre for Global Food and Resources.
The integrity of the Murray Darling Basin Plan has been thrown into question following revelations on last night’s ABC Four Corners program of alleged illegal water extraction and back room subterfuge.
New research by the NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) will focus on the fungal disease Verticillium wilt to help the Australian cotton industry manage the risk associated with the disease.
Darlington Point property Uri Park has been sold privately by the Shaw family to a European interest for an undisclosed price.
A NSW father and son farming duo has been fined a combined $12,000 for breaching the conditions of water supply works approvals.