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Crop probiotics: how more science and less hype can help farmers
25/04/17 - Farmers are at risk of missing out on a global boom in “crop probiotics”, because lax regulations make it less likely the supplements they buy will work.
Wheat genome decoded to enhance food security
25/04/17 - UWA researchers from the ARC Centre of Excellence in Plant Energy Biology have been involved in the most comprehensive analysis of a wheat genome.
Genomics pioneer set to beef up Australian cattle industry
15/05/16 - Genomic selection could provide productivity gains to the Australian beef industry, according to recent research conducted at the University of Queensland.
New EU project Kick-Off: ICC involved as a Project Partner
09/05/16 - Scientists leverage smart technology to support farmers and improve food safety: globally every year there are several billion Euro losses to cereals
Support for farmers in agricultural supply chains
13/04/16 - Farmers will be empowered to establish cooperatives and adopt innovative business models to boost their bargaining position.
Vital data supports smarter management of water resources
11/04/16 - Management of Australia's water resources can rely on hard facts thanks to the Bureau of Meteorology's latest National Water Account.
Australian agriculture and food exports enjoy third round of tariff cuts
31/03/16 - Australian agricultural and food exporters are set to have their market access gains to Japan further amplified, with the third round of tariff cuts.
Beating drought with agricultural insurance
28/03/16 - Farm businesses have a new tool to help protect against the perils of drought, frost, hail and fire.
New South Australia milk plant
23/03/16 - Blue Lake Dairy Company in South Australia's South East has lodged an application with Wattle Range Council to build a $15 million plant.
Fungal outbreak in eastern Australia causes dairy cattle
20/03/16 - Veterinarians have confirmed cattle deaths and production loss in dairy herds, caused by "severe outbreaks" of facial eczema in parts of eastern Australia.
More than 40 hospitalised after chlorine exposure
07/03/16 - A suspected faulty water pipe led to more than 40 workers from the Baiada Poultry factory in Beresfield being hospitalised on Monday.

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