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China’s millions of middle-class consumers are hungry for ‘clean, green’ produce, and prepared to pay a premium for it. Before entering this vast and complex market, however, it's advisable to do some homework. Here’s a preliminary guide for Aussie primary producers considering exporting to China.
The Federal and NSW governments provide valuable information about trade with China and the meat export process, as well as a wide range of services.
A solar photovoltaic (PV) array is an electrical configuration of solar modules that produce DC electricity when exposed to solar radiation. The solar engineer or installer will consider the following factors when designing an array to meet the...
Most people when they think of agriculture will picture a tractor. The humble water pump, however, chugging or humming away in a shed, uses as much or more energy and is likely to be just as essential to production.
Valuable resources about compost and soil include: Next gen compost- the aginnovators.org.au project portal dedicated to information and news about using compost made from recycled organics in...
Would you like to learn more about solar on farm, how to increase diesel efficiency in tractors, the connection between water efficiency and energy usage, the ways to reduce energy bill in farm buildings?
Significant energy savings can be achieved by improving the energy efficiency of dairy buildings and associated equipment. Priority areas may include lighting, insulation, motors and refrigeration systems. Renewable energy generation...
Need information on energy use and energy-efficiency in dairy farming – or contacts so you can find out more? Here are some handy resources.
If you’re considering using recycled-organics compost to improve your soils and boost crop health and productivity, check out AORA’s shortlist of reputable suppliers.
Australia recycles more than six million tonnes of organic matter a year as compost mixes, mulches, agricultural soil amendments and more, recovering the equivalent of nearly 50,000 tonnes of potential plant fertiliser annually. Here’s how it can benefit your soils and crops.