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The Victorian Government has convened a Roundtable to explore how Victoria’s agribusiness and primary producers can best continue to work at adapting to a hotter and drier climate.

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Friday, 17 March 2017 10:49

New tool monitors soil microbes

University of Adelaide researchers have shown how the community of bacteria present in the soil of land that had been cleared and grazed for 100 years was returned to its natural state just eight years after revegetation with native plants.

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Farmer confidence in South Australia has remained buoyant this quarter as grain growers complete a record harvest and beef and sheep producers continue to enjoy strong prices and excellent seasonal conditions, the latest Rabobank Rural Confidence Survey has found.

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Wednesday, 22 February 2017 23:58

Avoid spray drift – warns the EPA

Pesticide users are reminded to avoid spray drift, after the EPA received a report of potential spray drift in NSW.

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Queensland sheep and wool producers are the most positive they have been in years following a good winter, strong commodity prices and the continued rollout of wild dog fencing, says AgForce Sheep and Wool President Alan Rae.

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Friday, 23 December 2016 11:13

$30m for NSW irrigators to modernise farms

Northern NSW irrigators can apply for a share in about $30 million to upgrade on-farm infrastructure.

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Victorian farmers have praised a state Government pledge to renew a bounty on wild dogs from early next year.

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Monday, 24 October 2016 14:50

Agbot the robotic weed slayer

Agricultural robot Agbot II, designed and built by QUT with support from the Queensland Government, could save Australia’s farm sector $1.3 billion a year by reducing the costs of weeding crops by around 90 per cent.

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Thursday, 18 August 2016 12:00

No kids on quads

AgForce boss shares his personal story

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Tuesday, 16 August 2016 12:41

Mining’s safety lessons for agriculture

When asked if mining or agriculture is more dangerous, ex-coal miner and now cattle producer Matt Bennetto’s answer is ‘agriculture’.

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