Canegrowers set sights on rice

NORTH Queensland canegrowers are increasingly setting their sights on adding rice to their rotations and SunRice wants to help them produce 50,000 tonnes annually by 2020.
NORTH Queensland canegrowers are increasingly setting their sights on adding rice to their rotations and SunRice wants to help them produce 50,000 tonnes annually by 2020.
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THE NFF has teamed up with two big industry groups to defend the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA). THE NFF has teamed up with two big industry groups to defend the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA).
LUCRATIVE lamb and mutton prices are tipped to clip the national wool cut forecast back to 332 million kilograms greasy for the 2015-16 season. LUCRATIVE lamb and mutton prices are tipped to clip the national wool cut forecast back to 332 million kilograms greasy for the 2015-16 season.
AUSTRALIA'S top butchers are sharpening their skills ahead of the TriNations international butchery competition in September. 
AUSTRALIA'S top butchers are sharpening their skills ahead of the TriNations international butchery competition in September.
THE crop protection industry is praising Australian regulatory commonsense as European canola production plummets this year. THE crop protection industry is praising Australian regulatory commonsense as European canola production plummets this year.
A MOVE to increasing wheat fungicide sprays has seen resistance to septoria become a significant factor in Britain, according to a visiting agronomist.
01 Sep 15 A MOVE to increasing wheat fungicide sprays has seen resistance to septoria become a significant factor in Britain, according to a visiting agronomist. | KI beans broadened  | Canadian pulses key to harvest... 
BROADACRE hybrid seed grown in the Ord River Irrigation Area of the East Kimberley in Western Australia is set to begin its 3500km journey soon.
28 Aug 15 BROADACRE hybrid seed grown in the Ord River Irrigation Area of the East Kimberley in Western Australia is set to begin its 3500km journey soon. | China demand lifts sorghum  | Wheat crop revised up 
WARRING graingrower groups have been told they must provide a common view on industry issues to the GRDC.
28 Aug 15  4 WARRING graingrower groups have been told they must provide a common view on industry issues to the GRDC. | GPA, GGL to share grains rep role  | GGL stands by election process 
A VICTORIAN grains chemist, Dr Joe Panozzo, has been awarded the prestigious Farrer Memorial Medal for his innovative research, which has resulted in improvements in plant breeding programs.
27 Aug 15  2 A VICTORIAN grains chemist, Dr Joe Panozzo, has been awarded the prestigious Farrer Memorial Medal for his innovative research, which has resulted in improvements in plant breeding programs.
THREE newer malting barley varieties will take over as WA's main segregations for the 2016-17 harvest.
26 Aug 15  1 THREE newer malting barley varieties will take over as WA's main segregations for the 2016-17 harvest.
FARMERS are taking into account commodity prices and the season, with many an eye on the El Nino situation, before making a call about their 2015-16 summer crop plan.
25 Aug 15 FARMERS are taking into account commodity prices and the season, with many an eye on the El Nino situation, before making a call about their 2015-16 summer crop plan.
QUINOA has skyrocketed in popularity with Australian consumers on the back of healthy eating trends sweeping the nation.
25 Aug 15 QUINOA has skyrocketed in popularity with Australian consumers on the back of healthy eating trends sweeping the nation. | SE gears up for seeding trial 
RUNNING a successful farming business doesn't necessarily mean you have to own much farmland, and Britain's biggest farm management company is a case in point.
24 Aug 15 RUNNING a successful farming business doesn't necessarily mean you have to own much farmland, and Britain's biggest farm management company is a case in point. | Vestey still a big ag player  | EU chemical ban hits yields 
GRAINS industry heavyweights in WA and SA have raised concerns about growers being handed GGL memberships without any formal payment or signatures.
24 Aug 15 GRAINS industry heavyweights in WA and SA have raised concerns about growers being handed GGL memberships without any formal payment or signatures. | Standing proxies an issue  | Six vie for GGL positions 
CEREAL disease authorities are calling for a whole-of-industry approach to manage and reduce the impact of Septoria tritici blotch (STB).
22 Aug 15  3 CEREAL disease authorities are calling for a whole-of-industry approach to manage and reduce the impact of Septoria tritici blotch (STB). | Wheat crop revised up  | ACCC to ease port codes 
LONG-running criticism remains unresolved about the use of standing proxies to heavily influence voting outcomes in GrainGrowers Limited (GGL) elections.
21 Aug 15  2 LONG-running criticism remains unresolved about the use of standing proxies to heavily influence voting outcomes in GrainGrowers Limited (GGL) elections. | Six vie for GGL positions  | GGL stands by election process 
A TOTAL of six candidates have thrown their hats in the ring for the two open positions in the upcoming GGL director elections.
21 Aug 15  3 A TOTAL of six candidates have thrown their hats in the ring for the two open positions in the upcoming GGL director elections. | GGL stands by election process 
GGL has rejected criticism about the fairness and legitimacy of processes underpinning its upcoming director elections for the northern region.
21 Aug 15  1 GGL has rejected criticism about the fairness and legitimacy of processes underpinning its upcoming director elections for the northern region. | GPA, GGL to share grains rep role 
CBH's new fertiliser business is preparing to release product and pricing information for the 2016 season.
19 Aug 15  8 CBH's new fertiliser business is preparing to release product and pricing information for the 2016 season.
SUNRICE shareholders have voted a new grower director to their company board - Moulemein farmer and former Philippines-based International Rice Research Institute's experiment station head, Leigh Vial.
19 Aug 15 SUNRICE shareholders have voted a new grower director to their company board - Moulemein farmer and former Philippines-based International Rice Research Institute's experiment station... | SunRice asks shareholders for... 
GRDC will extend managing director John Harvey’s contract to enable completion of its
18 Aug 15  1 GRDC will extend managing director John Harvey’s contract to enable completion of its "program of organisational reform".  | GPA, GGL to share grains rep role  | 'Not Pol Pot': Joyce defends... 
THE cotton industry will face some tough decisions about its workforce if there's no big improvement in water storage before planting.
18 Aug 15 THE cotton industry will face some tough decisions about its workforce if there's no big improvement in water storage before planting.
THURLOW Estate Farms is owned by the prominent 20th Century meat production and processing family conglomerate, the Vestey Group, which is still a big player in the global food supply chain.
18 Aug 15 THURLOW Estate Farms is owned by the prominent 20th Century meat production and processing family conglomerate, the Vestey Group, which is still a big player in the global food supply chain. | Hybrid crops making a mark  | EU chemical ban hits yields 
THE relatively tiny fields in often-inclement England are capable of producing some staggering yields.
18 Aug 15 THE relatively tiny fields in often-inclement England are capable of producing some staggering yields. | Vestey still a big ag player  | Hybrid crops making a mark 
THE crop protection industry is praising Australian regulatory commonsense as European canola production plummets this year.
17 Aug 15  3 THE crop protection industry is praising Australian regulatory commonsense as European canola production plummets this year. | Hybrid crops making a mark  | Senators back GM crops 
GRAIN marketers are warning growers not to hold out for unattainable grain prices as wheat prices dip below $300 a tonne.
14 Aug 15  7 GRAIN marketers are warning growers not to hold out for unattainable grain prices as wheat prices dip below $300 a tonne.
PREMIER Colin Barnett and Minister for Agriculture and Food Ken Baston are being lobbied by WA growers to repeal State legislation that could be used to cut-off their future access to GM crop technologies.
13 Aug 15  10 PREMIER Colin Barnett and Minister for Agriculture and Food Ken Baston are being lobbied by WA growers to repeal State legislation that could be used to cut-off their future access to GM...
FEDERAL Senators have backed a motion supporting genetically modified (GM) crops for being an environmentally friendly farming technology.
12 Aug 15  37 FEDERAL Senators have backed a motion supporting genetically modified (GM) crops for being an environmentally friendly farming technology. | Is GM running out of steam? 
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Can't you boys find another playground to occupy? Same old punters, same old tired barbs and
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Another of the sacred scare stories comes undone for the agw
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He might well be a decent bloke Chick, however Jock is right on the money regarding Sterles
RSPCA WA president Lynne Bradshaw says the message from WA lobby groups at last week's State parliamentary inquiry was ill-informed.28 Aug 15  10 RSPCA WA president Lynne Bradshaw says the message from WA lobby groups at last week's State parliamentary inquiry...
THE latest Planfarm Bankwest Benchmarks survey reveals WA's farm businesses are in strong financial shape, buoyed by good seasons, higher farm equity levels and stable land values.28 Aug 15 THE latest Planfarm Bankwest Benchmarks survey reveals WA's farm businesses are in strong financial shape, buoyed by...