Who is who in GGL race

The race is on for the two vacant southern zone directors' positions at Grain Growers with five candidates seeking election.
The race is on for the two vacant southern zone directors' positions at Grain Growers with five candidates seeking election.
Using the personal property security register for grain sales is still a sound business strategy for farmers says a SA agribusiness consultant.
31 Aug 16 Using the personal property security register for grain sales is still a sound business strategy for farmers says a SA agribusiness consultant.
CROP monitoring will be imperative for grain growers this spring, with heightened activity forecast for aphids throughout the agricultural region.
30 Aug 16 CROP monitoring will be imperative for grain growers this spring, with heightened activity forecast for aphids throughout the agricultural region.
UDON noodles grown from WA noodle wheat were on the menu when leading chefs were part of an Intergrain cooking school two weeks ago.
29 Aug 16 UDON noodles grown from WA noodle wheat were on the menu when leading chefs were part of an Intergrain cooking school two weeks ago.
WHILE Australia continues to receive a top report card for its compliance with maximum residue levels (MRL), the unregistered use of glyphosate in barley still remains a hot issue for both growers and exporters.
27 Aug 16 WHILE Australia continues to receive a top report card for its compliance with maximum residue levels (MRL), the unregistered use of glyphosate in barley still remains a hot issue for...
Crops in the Victorian Mallee are looking good at present.
26 Aug 16 Crops in the Victorian Mallee are looking good at present.
Much-improved rainfall conditions in most cotton growing areas look set to significantly bolster Namoi Cotton’s ginning and cottonseed business for 2016-17.
26 Aug 16 Much-improved rainfall conditions in most cotton growing areas look set to significantly bolster Namoi Cotton’s ginning and cottonseed business for 2016-17.
Farmers are doing the sums on late season applications of nitrogen
25 Aug 16 Farmers are doing the sums on late season applications of nitrogen
SHIRES in the eastern Wheatbelt and South West could be at risk of significant locust infestations this spring.
24 Aug 16 SHIRES in the eastern Wheatbelt and South West could be at risk of significant locust infestations this spring.
There is a glut of wheat internationally, but a relative dearth of high protein lines.
24 Aug 16 There is a glut of wheat internationally, but a relative dearth of high protein lines.
FABA beans may have earned the nickname 'failure bean' in previous years but in the International Year of the Pulse, this year the beans could redeem itself.
20 Aug 16 FABA beans may have earned the nickname 'failure bean' in previous years but in the International Year of the Pulse, this year the beans could redeem itself.
TIGHTER legislation on fungicide use, better variety selection and ensuring growers have a good understanding of fungicide modes of actions were some of the ideas discussed during a fungicide forum held by the Centre for Crop and Disease Management (CCDM) in Perth last Tuesday.
19 Aug 16 TIGHTER legislation on fungicide use, better variety selection and ensuring growers have a good understanding of fungicide modes of actions were some of the ideas discussed during a...
ANALYSTS have been scrambling to interpret last week US Department of Agriculture (USDA) World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimate (WASDE) report.
18 Aug 16  1 ANALYSTS have been scrambling to interpret last week US Department of Agriculture (USDA) World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimate (WASDE) report.
A SOUTHERN Riverina grain trading business has gone bust leaving a trail of farmer creditors across Victoria and southern NSW.
18 Aug 16 A SOUTHERN Riverina grain trading business has gone bust leaving a trail of farmer creditors across Victoria and southern NSW.
THE Department of Agriculture and Food (DAFWA) is looking to develop susceptibility ratings for Fusarium crown rot in oats.
18 Aug 16 THE Department of Agriculture and Food (DAFWA) is looking to develop susceptibility ratings for Fusarium crown rot in oats.
AS NATIONAL Science Week kicks off, the Department of Agriculture and Food WA (DAFWA) has announced 11 new projects to boost grains research and development and industry profitability.
17 Aug 16 AS NATIONAL Science Week kicks off, the Department of Agriculture and Food WA (DAFWA) has announced 11 new projects to boost grains research and development and industry profitability.
The boss of agricultural products at the CME Group says farmers can make using futures work for their business.
17 Aug 16 The boss of agricultural products at the CME Group says farmers can make using futures work for their business.
The barley industry will discuss whether to allow segregations for blue aleurone layer barley varieties for the first time since the 1970s.
17 Aug 16 The barley industry will discuss whether to allow segregations for blue aleurone layer barley varieties for the first time since the 1970s.
THE humble snail. Hardly the protagonist of an international trade row, right? Wrong.
17 Aug 16 THE humble snail. Hardly the protagonist of an international trade row, right? Wrong.
Australian grains industry interests are working to ensure that non-tariff barriers do not block trade with key partners.
17 Aug 16  2 Australian grains industry interests are working to ensure that non-tariff barriers do not block trade with key partners.
CBH has released its long-awaited structural and governance review document that outlines the various options and potential trade-offs in moving away from a non-distributing co-operative to either a non-distributive co-operative or a publicly listed company.
16 Aug 16  11 CBH has released its long-awaited structural and governance review document that outlines the various options and potential trade-offs in moving away from a non-distributing co-operative...
THE FOCUS this season is on the breakdown of resistance to ascochyta blight in chickpeas, which has occurred across large swathes of southern Australia.
16 Aug 16 THE FOCUS this season is on the breakdown of resistance to ascochyta blight in chickpeas, which has occurred across large swathes of southern Australia.
THERE has been a drop in WA growers taking out multi-peril crop insurance (MPCI) this season as many punt on what is looking to be a bumper year.
16 Aug 16 THERE has been a drop in WA growers taking out multi-peril crop insurance (MPCI) this season as many punt on what is looking to be a bumper year.
A DEPARTMENT of Agriculture and Food WA (DAFWA) trial into herbicide applications in oats has shown good tolerance for a wide range of mixes, including trialling the off-label use of trifluralin.
16 Aug 16 A DEPARTMENT of Agriculture and Food WA (DAFWA) trial into herbicide applications in oats has shown good tolerance for a wide range of mixes, including trialling the off-label use of...
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This inquiry looks at laws & markets, not science. Yet CropDeath bleats that GM-free advocates
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could you briefly explain zero till is with or without previous bulk of wheat/paddy straw? we
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"the way I look at it good welfare normally means good profitability and good production and if
A MID West farmer with a passion for sustainable, progressive agriculture has been named as Rural Ambassador of the Year by the Royal Agricultural Society of WA.
29 Aug 16 A MID West farmer with a passion for sustainable, progressive agriculture has been named as Rural Ambassador of the...
ADAPTABILITY appears to be the difference between WA's top 25 per cent of broadacre farmers and the rest.25 Aug 16 ADAPTABILITY appears to be the difference between WA's top 25 per cent of broadacre farmers and the rest.