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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.
Horticulture Innovation Australia has launched its largest leadership and recruitment drive ever in a bid to encourage young movers and shakers to join – and make their marks in – the nation’s most innovative agricultural sector.
Northern Australian beef farmers: learn about the latest regionally-relevant RD&E and get tips and tools for making your beef enterprise more productive and sustainable at one of the MLA’s upcoming BeefUp forums.
“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.