Sunday 26th Sep, 2021
Following years of drought, fire, floods and pestilence, eastern Australia is now facing a mouse plague. Stevie Leigh Morrison and Karen Jolly from HE Silos explain how proper on-farm storage keeps farmers’ money in the bank.

Surviving the vermin tide

Following years of drought, fire, floods and pestilence, eastern Australia is now facing a mouse plague. Stevie Leigh Morrison and…
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Freight transport improvements at Port Botany are one step closer, with major firms shortlisted to design and build the Botany Rail Duplication and Cabramatta Loop projects.

Inland Rail could save $170M annually in transport costs

The Inland Rail project could save Australian producers, manufacturers, and growers around $170 million in transport costs each year, according…
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The Critical Energy Minerals Roadmap found significant potential for Australia to turn its rich mineral resources into high purity materials and products through refining and value-adding manufacturing

Australia’s minerals could make it into a renewable energy powerhouse

New research has revealed how Australia’s mining and manufacturing sectors and work together to become a renewable energy powerhouse. The…
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Four grain storage expansion projects have been completed as part of the CBH Group’s upgrade to its network, adding additional capacity for 446,000 tonnes.

NSW funds battle against mouse plague

The New South Wales Government will provide a $50 million package for farmers, households, and businesses to combat the mouse…
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Roadmap finds potential billions in recycling waste

CSIRO has developed key strategies for creating jobs and reclaiming billions in economic value from plastic, glass, paper and tyres…
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An Australian-developed wheat with up to five times more fibre will now be marketed to other regions of the world, including the United States.

Australian-developed wheat goes global

An Australian-developed wheat with up to five times more fibre will now be marketed to other regions of the world,…
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Wheat yields in Western Australia’s wheatbelt have remained unchanged, even with more than 100 years of rainfall decrease, according to new research from the CSIRO.

Western Australia wheat yields unchanged despite rainfall drop

Wheat yields in Western Australia’s wheatbelt have remained unchanged, even with more than 100 years of rainfall decrease, according to…
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CSIRO has launched a new app to help sugarcane farmers in far north Queensland manage fertiliser use to reduce runoff onto the Great Barrier Reef.

New app helps sugarcane farmers reduce Great Barrier Reef pollution

CSIRO has launched a new app to help sugarcane farmers in far north Queensland manage fertiliser use to reduce runoff…
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Drones, remote monitoring and advanced data analytics are being used in the CSIRO’s new $11.5 million digital agriculture research station in southwest NSW.

CSIRO launches digital agriculture research station

Drones, remote monitoring and advanced data analytics are being used in the CSIRO’s new $11.5 million digital agriculture research station…
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