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Crop crisis: Why global grain demand will outstrip supply
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21/06/13 - Since the time of Malthus, humanity has worried whether there would be enough food to feed the growing population.
Robots could replace farm workers
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12/06/13 - If a research project from the University of Sydney has its way, robots will be replacing farm workers in the next five to 10 years.
Australia’s farming future: doing more with less water
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07/06/13 - Changes in cropping methods could address reduced water and lead to a jump in yield not seen since the late 1980s.
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04/06/13 - The 2013 Rabobank Australian Star Prize for Rural Broadcasting has been awarded to ABC TV Landline’s Sean Murphy for his story on a conflict between Western Australian farming neighbours over genetically modified canola.
National food plan to be launched on Saturday
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24/05/13 - The Federal Government’s new National Food Plan will be launched this weekend and is expected to outline government wide policies for food production and processing.
MaxiPARTS store
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21/05/13 - MaxiTRANS Australia Pty Ltd has rebranded its three retail and wholesale parts chains, Colrain, Queensland Diesel Spares (QDS) and Gladstone Air Cleaner Services.
New sugarcane varieties receive green light for Northern Region
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21/05/13 - Two new sugarcane varieties are now available for growers in Australia’s Northern cane growing regions.
Reynolds (pictured) was impressed with last season's canola harvest and intends to plant the crop again this winter
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16/05/13 - Three canola varieties from Pacific Seeds planted by a couple on their property near Shepparton have yielded great results, leading to good cash flow at harvest time.
Monsanto herbicide linked to cancer and Parkinson’s
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02/05/13 - A recent study has indicated that heavy use of the world’s most widely used herbicide, Roundup, could be linked to a vast range of health problems including Parkinson’s.
Hot and dry conditions risk a major downgrading of crop forecasts
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18/04/13 - As dry and hot conditions continue across the state, NSW grain growers are bracing themselves for significantly reduced winter crop sowings.
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05/03/13 - Vegetable producer lobby group AusVeg has said that the end of Rosella’s tomato sauce production is part of a wider trend in food manufacturing, which is being hurt by cheap imports.
Rydell Buffalo MRT baler belting
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22/02/13 - Specialist conveyor belts supplier Rydell Industrial (Belting) Co introduces a new type of baler belting, Buffalo MRT baler belting in the Australian market.

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