The results of a study has revealed that resistance to de-worming drugs is becoming a huge problem for many farmers.
The devastating bushfires in South Australia and Western Australia in November 2015 are a stark reminder of the extreme dangers of life...
AusScan Online, the revolutionary online platform giving access to unique near infrared reflectance spectroscopy (NIRS) calibrations, has expanded its offering by adding...
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A state-wide livestock standstill is currently in place for spat (juvenile) oysters in Tasmania following an outbreak of Pacific Oyster Mortality Syndrome...
It’s that time of year again, with global business indicators for calendar year 2014 now available and summarised for selected countries in...
Vegetable grower body Ausveg is urging Australian consumers to continue buying the fresh and prepackaged vegetable products available throughout Australia.
The Australian Made Campaign is reminding consumers about the benefits of buying Australian grown flowers this Valentine’s Day.
Australia’s total winter crop production is estimated to increase in 2015–16, but summer crop production is expected to decline, according to the...
A study by Charles Sturt University at Wagga Wagga has demonstrated the canola plant’s potential to naturally suppress annual ryegrass growth through...
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Local solutions to a national waste and recycling crisis
Boost for jobs as biggest tram project gets underway
National Plant Biosecurity Strategy released
Retailers welcome change to isolation rules across Victoria and New South Wales
Curtin blazes a trail for resources research commercialisation