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Applications are now open for the Australian wine industry’s Future Leaders 17 program. Entrepreneurs, innovators and communicators from all parts of the industry are encouraged to apply.
NSW Department of Primary Industries and NSW Farmers have joined forces in a project that helps young farmers deal successfully with the challenges of 21st-century agribusiness.
NSW Department of Primary Industries and NSW Farmers have joined forces in a project that aims to help young farmers surmount the challenges of agribusiness.
A new, free app developed by AHBIC and CropLife Australia helps farmers and beekeepers connect online to better protect pollinators and crops.
Sensor tech and ‘smart’ apps can help boost farmers’ bottom lines, but fast internet access would be handy, says award-winning fourth-gen farmer and Nuffield Scholar Jock Graham.
For six years, staff and students from Beijing’s China Agricultural University have been living among provincial farmers in a bid to transfer innovation from academia into the field. Since their arrival, crop-yield increases on pilot farms have skyrocketed.
IFPRI, the FAO and the OECD have teamed up on an ICT initiative that aims to sustain and build on the ag-performance gains shown to result from farmers’ use of mobile phones, with new programs targeting improved connectivity and content.
The dirtgirlworld-led Compost ROcks! toolkit and year-long social media campaign aims to encourage local councils and householders to “find multiple uses for compost”.
Australia's been doing its bit to promote the United Nations' International Year of Pulses, with video and photo competitions, a cookbook, pulse-themed social and educational events- and the vastly increased Australian acreage planted to pulses this year on the back of strong global prices.
A smart new tool developed by Zimbabwean agricultural researchers could help smallholder farmers across Africa- and the world- identify the nutrients needed by any crops in any field, anytime, via mobile phone.