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A lettuce growers says he is concerned high tomato prices may be putting consumers off salads altogether.
The Northern Territory Government has declared the Top End free of banana freckle, announcing restrictions on the growing, moving and selling of bananas in the Territory will be lifted in July.
Soybean fields across Ontario are between the first and second trifoliate stage, according to OMAFRA’s June 15 Field Crop Report.
Suspect subsidised fertiliser and a lethal maize disease are partly to blame for the current acute shortage of Kenya s staple food.
A pepper seedling, planted too early, gives a good impersonation of a Charlie Brown Christmas tree. Peppers need warm air and ground temperatures to thrive.
The blight monitoring season is officially under way for potato growers with the publication of the first online forecast.
Six new varieties of sugar beet have made it through stringent field trials to be included in the Recommended List for 2018, with a top yield of 107%.
An international team of scientists has this week published the world s most comprehensive analysis of the wheat genome.
Anzac Day is the traditional start to sowing the winter grain crop in western Victoria, but in what might prove to be a good thing, many cannot start sowing this year because there is too much rain.
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.