Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is a strategy used to control pests and diseases in crops and Teagasc’s Brian Duggan believes that it could be a key disease-control measure in the future.
Dry weather in April and a poor long-term forecast has forced some farmers in Western Australia to delay planting their canola crops.
Some farmer are being forced to irrigate crops as the dry spell continues, with concerns that up 50% of crop yields maybe lost in wheat if the drought is prolonged.
Australia s certified organic industry is expected to be worth more than $2 billion by next year but it is fighting to ensure fake organic claims do not damage its reputation.
Growers can now brush up on their understanding of rising barley disease threat ramularia and prevent costly yield loss by studying a Farmers Weekly Academy module.
Rain and snow in North has brightened prospects of wheat procurement this Rabi season as the change in weather has fav...
Winter cereal growers might be able to cut spring nitrogen fertiliser rates after a generally dry and mild winter has led to higher than normal soil mineralisation of the element.
Cereal farmers in the North Rift region have called for prompt delivery of government subsidised fertiliser as preparations for the next planting season commence.
A University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences researcher will lead a nearly $1 million project to...
A DNA analyser that can detect the presence of septoria in wheat and indicate which fungicide to use to minimise resistance risk is set to undergo field trials next spring.
G3 Global Holdings announced its plans to build a new grain export terminal in North Vancouver, British Columbia.
Agrochemicals and seeds giant Bayer is launching the first wheat fungicide containing two SDHIs next spring.
The National Cereals and Produce Board (NCPB) has announced that it will only purchase maize from legally registered cooperatives and farmers groups.