Farmers on the Liverpool Plains are sailing through their sunflower harvest in more ways than one, after two major weather events earlier this year dumped a huge amount of rain over Goran Lake, near Spring Ridge.
Farmers Noog and Carlie Rowe say the success of their grain growing season hinges on receiving rainfall in the coming weeks.
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.
On Wednesday, a storm is moving out of Kansas and hitting every state along its path to Ohio, where it should...
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.
While the current dry spell is helping to dampen down disease and enable farmers to tackle the spring backlog, some crops could do with some rain, especially spring crops, says David Martindale.
Arkansas farmers who were geared up to start planting this week will have to give way to a rain delay, said county extension agents for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture.
The apple harvest is underway in Tasmania where orchardists say challenging seasonal conditions have reduced yields but the fruit quality is excellent.
Rain and snow in North has brightened prospects of wheat procurement this Rabi season as the change in weather has fav...
At least 500 elderly women and men drawn from various ethnic communities yesterday gathered at Ngong Hills, Kajiado County to pray for the ravaging drought currently being experienced in the county.
It has been a challenging year for many grain growers in New South Wales following floods and rain damage earlier in the year during the growing season.
A year ago, much of Victoria s Wimmera and Mallee regions were baking in a heatwave that led to crops being cut for hay due to poor yields.