The genetic diversity of wild wheat has revealed some promising results for modern-day bread.
Two WA farming women have been selected as the recipients of the Growing Leaders’ Scholarship Program.
They may seem small and cumbersome to our eyes today, but the tractors of the first half of the 20th century set up our cropping sector.
Cotton Australia has hit back at claims the cotton industry was to blame for mass fish deaths in the Lower Darling River.
The election process for member directors of CBH has begun with nine nominees vying for three board positions.
‘Summer Sesh’ Open Forums in January, will allow growers to share their ideas about issues affecting grain profitability.
“Hygiene is an essential step to ensure grain on-farm is kept ready for market in a safe, insect free environment."