It's completely counter-intuitive, but cotton producers are being urged to keep a small patch of cotton plants where bollworm can thrive.
A global insurance expert says the sector can play a valuable role in lessening reliance on government drought assistance.
WA farmers say national changes to 2,4-D application rules are unwarranted and that they are being penalised for east coast drift incidents.
Hay producers are frantically hunting for oat seed for next year, leading to a massive spike in seed prices.
Just weeks after the APVMA changed its regulations regarding the use of 2,4-D there have been more reports of spray drift damage.
Two and a half years after funding was first announced, Rainbow is revealed as the new home of the Wimmera-Mallee radar.
Riordan Grain Services will lease Emerald Grain's Edenhope Storage this harvest, with a view to buying the facility down the track.
In spite of investment in recent years, more work is needed in order to keep Australia's grain transport costs down.