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What should ag-tech entrepreneurs bear in mind as they look towards a food-strapped future? The annual World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit attempts to answer this question and more. Check out the top 10 takeaways from last year’s San Francisco Summit, then register for this year's.
Local and international experts will helm Future Orchards’ spring workshops on evaluating pome-fruit rootstocks, scheduled for southern and northern growing regions in November.
Water and waste: reduce and reuse’ was the theme of this year’s World Water Week. Check out some of the highlights here, including an update on water-saving commitments made by the corporations recognised in last year’s AgWater Challenge.
An alarming 80 percent of Australians eat less than the recommended ‘2+5 a day’, with nearly two-thirds getting insufficient vegies and more than half skimping on fruit, finds the nation’s largest-ever fruit and veg survey.
Check out this live-streamed video of RMAC's annual Red Meat Industry Forum. held on 10 November 2016, with the theme ‘Towards 2020 and Beyond: Fostering Prosperity in the Red Meat Industry’.
An introduction to the FAO’s latest flagship report on global food and agriculture, which analyses the current and likely future impacts of climate change and suggests viable ways forward.
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.
September’s not all footie finals and spring planting: it’s Organic Awareness Month! Get in touch with organisers Australian Organics and help spread the good word about certified-organic products to fellow producers and consumers.
HIA-funded research has pinpointed 10 successful vegie innovations overseas that, if implemented here, could help give Australian vegetable products the edge in lucrative Asian markets.
A new cross-continental facility based in Adelaide and Shanghai will forge closer ties in agricultural research and production.