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Fruit growers learn how to protect against pests and diseases
Editorial
04/09/18 - Fruit growers have access to the latest informatio of protecting orchards from pests and diseases.
Australian Manuka adopts Mark of Authenticity to meet international standards
Editorial
12/06/18 - ​The Australian Manuka Honey Association (AMHA), in partnership with leading scientists, has established a set of standards for Australian Manuka honey.
Hot, dry summer tests Aussie farmer confidence about the year ahead
Editorial
05/03/18 - ​Australia’s farmers have started the year on a cautious note, with a hot, dry summer in many parts of the country
Editorial
19/02/18 - ​The Black Sea Region will continue to transform the global wheat market
Australian wine exports reach post-GFC high of $2.56 billion
Editorial
23/01/18 - ​Australian wine exports increased by 15 per cent to $2.56 billion in the 12 months ending December 2017.
Australia secures $1.0 billion EU canola export market
Editorial
18/12/17 - Australian canola farmers nearing the end of their 2017 harvest have reason to celebrate.
Latest Agricultural commodities report reveals a mixed forecast on farming front
Editorial
11/12/17 - Poor climate conditions in grain-growing regions have contributed to the gross value of farm production being forecast to reach $59 billion in 2017-18
Tough sorghum means business as usual for Dalby bio-refinery growers
Supplier news
23/10/17 - Planting sorghum that could handle tough conditions allowed these growers to deliver last summer’s harvest to the Dalby Bio-Refinery without a hitch.
Smithfield’s first summer crop at newest feedlot a winner
Supplier news
15/10/17 - ​Smithfield Cattle Co’s first summer crop at recently acquired Sapphire Feedlot, near Goondiwindi, has been a success despite difficult conditions.
Planting an entire sorghum crop to one variety can be a risky decision, but for Inverell growers Vern and Marg Younger and son Geoff, it was a necessary one.
Supplier news
09/10/17 - Traditionally growing two to three varieties, the family was concerned about the lingering wet and cold conditions at the start of last season.

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