8 results for Article, Blog post, 1st Jan 2015 and Education
Effective weed management is critical to maximising planting opportunities and avoiding costly herbicide resistance on farms. The latest in a series of GRDC Weed Webinars address fallow weed control strategies using bipyridal herbicides, and managing sowthistle.
“Agriculture in Australia is booming, and the best way of becoming involved is by studying the new Bachelor of Agriculture at University of Melbourne,” says fomer Veterinary and Ag Science Faculty Dean Professor Ken Hinchcliff. Here's why.
All women on the land are winners – but these gals are standouts, according to the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation, who recently announced the 2015 recipients of its annual Rural Woman of the Year Awards.
It’s on for winemakers, cellar-door managers, viticulturalists and wine promoters across the state as nominations open for the NSW wine industry’s prestigious GG award. Cheers!
Need lightweight food packaging that cuts transport costs and reduces damage in transit? ‘Smart’ labels that can be scanned to reveal key ingredient information? You need a graduate of this prestigious Australian uni's new post=grad degree in Food & Packaging Innovation.
NSW Farmers is providing a free energy management training session for agricultural advisors and managers on Thursday, 23 April 2015 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 at the Riverina Business Enterprise Centre, 68-70 Coleman Street,...
Productivity and yields are up in Australian apple orchards on the back of the Future Orchards project.
Students committed to agriculture and rural communities are encouraged to apply for a NSW Farmers’ tertiary scholarship before mid February. As part of a long standing scholarship program, this year the association will be offering 5...