Aurora shines in durum trials

NEW durum release DBA Aurora has proved a good-quality package with its strong performance in last season's National Variety Trials.
NEW durum release DBA Aurora has proved a good-quality package with its strong performance in last season's National Variety Trials.
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COVERAGE of foreclosure tensions at farming properties in WA’s wheatbelt on 60 Minutes has come under fire on social media.
COVERAGE of foreclosure tensions at farming properties in WA’s wheatbelt on 60 Minutes has come under fire on social media.
ENERGY is a a major cost for dairy farmers, which is why Dairy Australia has launched an initiative to identify energy waste in dairies. ENERGY is a a major cost for dairy farmers, which is why Dairy Australia has launched an initiative to identify energy waste in dairies.
A PLANNED anti-live export demonstration in the US will feature a stuffed animal display of chickens, pigs, cows and a mammoth. A PLANNED anti-live export demonstration in the US will feature a stuffed animal display of chickens, pigs, cows and a mammoth.
OPINION: THE style in which Richie Benaud executed his basic cricketing craft is integral to how he became such an icon. OPINION: THE style in which Richie Benaud executed his basic cricketing craft is integral to how he became such an icon.
SORGHUM exporters are being faced with a new framework to export Australian product to China due to demand from another market.
17 Apr 15 SORGHUM exporters are being faced with a new framework to export Australian product to China due to demand from another market.
THE SEASONAL contrast in Victoria could not be more pronounced.
16 Apr 15 THE SEASONAL contrast in Victoria could not be more pronounced.
FIRE ants are marching towards southeast Queensland's $230m Lockyer Valley food bowl for the very first time.
16 Apr 15  2 FIRE ants are marching towards southeast Queensland's $230m Lockyer Valley food bowl for the very first time. | Move the dingo fence to settle... 
THE record heat in February and March, a plague of locusts and a lack of rain could have spelt disaster for many sorghum growers in central Queensland, but not for the Armstrongs.
16 Apr 15 THE record heat in February and March, a plague of locusts and a lack of rain could have spelt disaster for many sorghum growers in central Queensland, but not for the Armstrongs.
THE ACCC is on the brink of granting port exemptions for Emerald’s Melbourne terminal and GrainCorp’s Geelong terminal under the wheat code.
15 Apr 15  2 THE ACCC is on the brink of granting port exemptions for Emerald’s Melbourne terminal and GrainCorp’s Geelong terminal under the wheat code. | ACCC weighs in on ports rents row  | ACCC looks at Viterra's port push 
WHEAT growers throughout the lower rainfall areas of South Australia and Victoria now have access to a new AH quality, fast maturing Clearfield-tolerant variety, with the release of Hatchet CL Plus.
14 Apr 15 WHEAT growers throughout the lower rainfall areas of South Australia and Victoria now have access to a new AH quality, fast maturing Clearfield-tolerant variety, with the release of... | Snail researchers seek feedback  | Mouse census underway 
GROWERS of wheat are being encouraged to test their paddocks for the soil-borne disease crown rot before embarking on this year’s sowing programs.
14 Apr 15 GROWERS of wheat are being encouraged to test their paddocks for the soil-borne disease crown rot before embarking on this year’s sowing programs. | GPSA concerns over Viterra port...  | Emerald acquires all of SQP Grain 
THE nation’s first-ever mouse census is being conducted this week.
13 Apr 15  2 THE nation’s first-ever mouse census is being conducted this week.  | Pest control preparations underway  | Mice numbers on the march 
AGRICULTURE is set to provide one of few shining lights for the Australian economy this year, according to an ANZ senior adviser.
13 Apr 15 AGRICULTURE is set to provide one of few shining lights for the Australian economy this year, according to an ANZ senior adviser. | SE Asia opportunity awaits Aust...  | Producers await rate rise 
AUSTRALIA'S rural skills shortage is giving the cotton industry fears the profitability of the entire cropping sector is eroding.
13 Apr 15  2 AUSTRALIA'S rural skills shortage is giving the cotton industry fears the profitability of the entire cropping sector is eroding. | Cotton forecast to bounce back  | Cottoning on to safe picking 
A LACK of rain in many areas has agronomists warning growers of potential plant back issues due to residual chemicals not breaking down.
12 Apr 15 A LACK of rain in many areas has agronomists warning growers of potential plant back issues due to residual chemicals not breaking down. | New malt horizons for CBH  | Diamond canola set to sparkle 
FARMERS and advisers throughout Australia’s grain-growing regions are being asked to get involved in the nation’s first-ever mouse census.
11 Apr 15 FARMERS and advisers throughout Australia’s grain-growing regions are being asked to get involved in the nation’s first-ever mouse census. | Biocontrol no magic bullet for...  | Shooters' forum aims for... 
COTTON growers are revelling in record yields as picking gets well and truly under way throughout Queensland.
10 Apr 15 COTTON growers are revelling in record yields as picking gets well and truly under way throughout Queensland.
EMERALD Grain has bought out another of its former co-op partners and now wholly owns its Victorian grain accumulation business SQP Grain.
10 Apr 15  9 EMERALD Grain has bought out another of its former co-op partners and now wholly owns its Victorian grain accumulation business SQP Grain. | Emerald cuts jobs, builds digital 
INTERFLOUR, the joint venture partly owned by Western Australian co-op CBH, is setting up a new malting business based in Vietnam.
10 Apr 15  1 INTERFLOUR, the joint venture partly owned by Western Australian co-op CBH, is setting up a new malting business based in Vietnam. | AGT enters barley space  | LaTrobe malt barley ready for... 
THE decision on whether to allow Viterra long-term agreements for shipping access at SA grain ports will displease at least one section of the industry.
09 Apr 15  5 THE decision on whether to allow Viterra long-term agreements for shipping access at SA grain ports will displease at least one section of the industry. | ACCC looks at Viterra's port push 
LEADING WA farm advocacy groups are calling for co-existence amid news a future Labor government would effectively expel GM crops.
09 Apr 15  18 LEADING WA farm advocacy groups are calling for co-existence amid news a future Labor government would effectively expel GM crops.
AFTER a lengthy wait, unsecured creditors of failed trader Sapphire Grain are hoping to get the first of two payments this month.
08 Apr 15  1 AFTER a lengthy wait, unsecured creditors of failed trader Sapphire Grain are hoping to get the first of two payments this month.
MULTI-PERIL crop insurance business Latevo International has confirmed it will change reinsurers this winter cropping season.
07 Apr 15  2 MULTI-PERIL crop insurance business Latevo International has confirmed it will change reinsurers this winter cropping season. | Crop swap opens new markets 
A NEW conventional hybrid canola has its breeders confident it will become a regular part of rotations, following excellent trial results.
07 Apr 15  3 A NEW conventional hybrid canola has its breeders confident it will become a regular part of rotations, following excellent trial results. | Grain scanner key to crop quality  | Chief scientist calls for GM debate 
JAPANESE trading house Marubeni has decided to close its Australian grain business.
06 Apr 15  8 JAPANESE trading house Marubeni has decided to close its Australian grain business. | ACCC looks at Viterra's port push  | Crop swap opens new markets 
SELF-DESCRIBED 'conservative warlord' and Coalition Senator Barry O'Sullivan has thrown his support behind a push to legalise medical cannabis.
06 Apr 15  9 SELF-DESCRIBED 'conservative warlord' and Coalition Senator Barry O'Sullivan has thrown his support behind a push to legalise medical cannabis. | Grass could be greener in Canberra 
MANY common wheat varieties have this year recorded a change in their susceptibility ratings for leaf rust following the detection of an exotic strain of the disease in South Australia and Victoria last year.
05 Apr 15 MANY common wheat varieties have this year recorded a change in their susceptibility ratings for leaf rust following the detection of an exotic strain of the disease in South Australia...
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We used to have great mental health facilities in Ballarat and Bendigo like other places many of
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Fire ants, like climate alarmists, a real problem. I know what they can do with all that evil
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Are you trying to tell us Basil that you think global cooling would be preferable? Please
A TEMPLATE land access agreement to guide farmers in negotiation with oil and gas companies is close to being finalised, a Mid West forum on mining and agriculture coexisting was told last Thursday.18 Apr 15 A TEMPLATE land access agreement to guide farmers in negotiation with oil and gas companies is close to being...
RESIDENTS from a second Mid West shire have declared their desire to be 'gas-field free' in the face of renewed oil and gas exploration in the region.18 Apr 15 RESIDENTS from a second Mid West shire have declared their desire to be "gas-field free" in the face of renewed oil...