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08/01/19 - Peninsula Vignerons Association (MVPA) and Agriculture Victoria has announced that they will use the Snap Send Solve platform.
Grapegrowers can tackle grapevine disease with help of app
Editorial
01/10/18 - ​Grapevine trunk disease is estimated to cost the Australian wine sector millions of dollars in lost production.
SA Government launches summer fruit fly assault
Editorial
24/09/18 - ​The State Government will operate additional random roadblocks into the Riverland and appoint a dedicated coordinator.
Researchers in Indonesia discover way to help stop pests attacking rice crops
Editorial
11/09/18 - ​Researchers in Indonesia have deciphered the chemical cues used by rice to attract a parasitoid that helps fight off the plant’s predator.
Stronger biosecurity measures to manage stink bug risks
Editorial
27/08/18 - Australia has implemented stronger offshore biosecurity measures for the upcoming brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB) season.
Pest animal costs to Australian agriculture on the rise
Editorial
29/10/17 - The cost of rabbits, wild dogs, foxes, feral pigs and other vertebrate pests on Australian agriculture is now as high as $797 million per year.
Chickpea growers advised to protect crops
Editorial
30/05/17 - ​Growers and agronomists are reminded to take the appropriate management strategies to protect chickpea crops from Ascochyta blight disease this season.
Crop probiotics: how more science and less hype can help farmers
Editorial
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
Editorial
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.
Govt establishes CRCs for food, farming
Editorial
07/03/17 - The Government will invest in four new Cooperative Research Centres dedicated respectively to food, farming, honey products and transport logistics.

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