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Good news for nut producers – and consumers: the findings of a new, large-scale study suggest that eating a serving of nuts just once or twice a week can cut your risk of developing cardiovascular and coronary heart diseases significantly.
The Transport Network Strategic Investment Tool, developed by CSIRO scientists, generates optimal transport routes for agriculture, making it faster, simpler and cheaper to deliver ag commodities and informing major infrastructure planning.
CSIRO’s Food Loss Bank project, launched in August 2017, aims to help Australia turn substantial pre-retail food losses into novel food-product gains. Growers, processors, shippers and distributors from selected horticultural industries can help by completing the project’s online survey now.
Eating just a cup of mixed salad a day could cut your risk of heart disease and stroke by as much as 40 percent, finds a new study by Western Australian researchers, with high-nitrate vegetables such as spinach, beetroot, and celery topping the list of beneficial produce.
From 12 November 2017, changes to Australia's Food Standards Code will permit the sale of low-psychoactive hemp seed as a food product. Jurisdictions will now need to amend their legislation to support the legal sale of low-THC hemp-seed foods.
In a world-first field trial, QUT researchers have successfully developed and grown Cavendish banana cultivars that are resistant to virulent soil-borne fungus Fusarium wilt TR4, also known as Panama disease. The finding is a global game-changer.
Responding to industry demand, NSW DPI has developed a practical precision agronomy course that aims to help farmers use the latest digital technology to improve on-farm decision-making and boost their bottom lines.
Keen to spread risk, split capital costs, negotiate better deals and boost your bottom line? The nationwide Farm Cooperatives and Collaborations Pilot Programme helps farmers join forces “to own and control more of the food supply chain themselves”.
CSIRO scientists in Sydney, Australia have developed a way to create graphene cheaply and simply using soybean oil and O2. Their innovative GraphAir technology also works with oil-based food waste.
In this information-packed podcast from AUSVEG's InfoVeg Radio, first aired in September 2017, researchers and growers talk about value-adding innovations in horticulture including new product and packaging solutions, post-harvest technology and management, branding and marketing solutions.