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The shifting dynamic of Aussie meat production
Editorial
07/03/16 - With a restricted pool of natural resources, efficiency gains have driven the increase in Australian meat production over the last four decades.
Parrot revolutionaries precision agriculture with Sequoia: a miniaturised high-tech multispectral sensor, compatible with all civil drones
Editorial
08/02/16 - Crop management should evolve to become even more effective: it is necessary to know to better produce, improve its environmental performance.
Avocado growers have not altered their harvest to create higher prices
Editorial
27/01/16 - Australia's avocado growers have not altered their harvesting to manipulate avocado pricing, according to Avocados Australia's CEO John Tyas.
The overall winner of this year’s inaugural Science for Growth Awards, Aki Flame from Newington College in Stanmore, New South Wales, investigated the link between frequent ear phone use and inner ear infections
Supplier news
09/11/12 - A study carried out as part of the inaugural Science for Growth Awards sponsored by Dow AgroSciences Australia has found increased risk of inner ear infections from frequent use of ear phones.
Supplier news
06/09/12 - Dow AgroSciences Australia has entered into a new research collaboration with the Victoria Department of Primary Industries to develop novel plant genetics tools.
Dow AgroSciences’ Horticulture Business Manager, John Gilmour received the prestigious AUSVEG Industry Leader Award in recognition of his commitment to young growers
Supplier news
31/05/12 - John Gilmour, Horticulture Business Manager at Dow AgroSciences Australia has been recognised as an industry leader by AUSVEG.
Tribunil can provide significant  residual weed control
Supplier news
14/05/12 - Onion growers are able to control post emergent weeds in the early stages with Tribunil herbicide.
CSIRO researchers, Dr Richard James and Dr Rana Munns, examine a salt-tolerant wheat trial near Canberra. (Image credit – Carl Davies, CSIRO.)
Supplier news
13/03/12 - CSIRO scientists have delivered some good news for wheat farmers battling salinity.
A week-long professional placement at the global Dow AgroSciences Research Station in New Zealand has helped young Australian, Brydie Creagh, focus her career options
Supplier news
17/02/12 - Future scientist Brydie Creagh recently completed a week-long industry placement at Dow AgroSciences’ world renowned Waireka Global Discovery Research Station in New Zealand.
This photo shows the dramatic difference between untreated crops on the left and Sakura treated crops on the right
Supplier news
10/02/12 - This new pre-ermergent herbicide has demonstrated up to an impressive 97% control over herbicide resistant ryegrass.
Valor 500WG Herbicide
Supplier news
08/02/12 - Valor 500 WG, among the most versatile of the PPO-inhibitor or Group G herbicides, is available from Sumitomo Chemicals.
Supplier news
20/12/11 - The National Association for Sustainable Agriculture, Australia (NASAA) has recently approved Surround as an input for organic crop production.

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