Aussie table grapes prove sweetest in Korea
NSW blueberry industry takes lead on Code of Conduct
Damn these flies!
Study of important horticulture sector labour groups
Hot topic for local vignerons
Winning feral photos turning negatives into positives
The enemy within: containing regional plant pests
AusScan on the move
People ‘power’ rabbit action across Victoria
World a-buzz with Australia’s latest fruit fly findings
For every $100 Queenslanders pay in network charges on a household or business electricity bill, the State Government takes $47.
Queensland farmers are angry, bitterly disappointed and have “hit the end of their rope” after a Parliamentary committee recommended flawed vegetation management...
Highly regarded agri-businesswoman Ms Prue Bondfield has been appointed as a member of the Board of the Regional Investment Corporation.
Mildura residents will have greater access to high quality training through Skills First TAFE Community Service funding in 2018 thanks to the...
Farmers should be cautious of drone imagery being offered by rogue operators, researchers have warned.
Australian wine export values are the highest in a decade, increasing by 16 per cent to $2.65 billion in the year to...
The WA Government has established a beekeeping traineeship to be offered for the first time in Western Australia.
According to business information analysts IBISWorld, Australia stands to be caught in the middle of a trade war between the United States...
Post-vintage grapevine management, particularly in dry years, is crucial to a favourable start to the following season. It’s in this light that...
More than one hundred people will converge on Longford tomorrow (Tuesday, 10 April 2018), to discuss precision irrigation at an event that...
Farmers blow whistle on government 47% power bill take
Farmers hit the end of their rope after vegetation laws report
Agri business leader appointed to RIC Board
Matching skills with local needs in Mildura
Farming drone imagery often inaccurate
Winemakers benefit from record exports
New industry-based traineeships will be the bees’ knees
Australia ‘piggy in the middle’ of trade war between US and China
Growers need to act now to prepare for Vintage 2019
Scientists and farmers share irrigation learnings at public event