Friday 3rd Apr, 2020
Queensland’s leading scientists have developed new varieties of sorghum to boost the state’s local industry and exports.

Queensland science supports sorghum sector

Queensland’s leading scientists have developed new varieties of sorghum to boost the state’s local industry and exports. More than 120…
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QLD Govt approves $47M agricultural project

Queensland’s $47 million 15 Mile Irrigated Agricultural Development project has been approved and will enable the production of high-value agricultural…
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A team of agricultural robot designers and builders will be recruited as part of the Queensland Government’s Rural Economic Development (RED) Grant.

Queensland invests in agricultural upgrades

A team of agricultural robot designers and builders will be recruited as part of the Queensland Government’s Rural Economic Development…
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Bulk grain to be imported from Canada as drought worsens

A single shipment of bulk wheat from Canada will head to Australian shores as the drought places further pressure on…
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The Federal Government has intensified its actions against illegal Indian sugar subsidies, backed by the Australian sugar industry.

Queensland opens EOI to develop new sugar product

Sugar mills are being encouraged to help develop a new sugarcane-based product that has almost zero calories. The product, known…
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Two thirds of QLD in drought, agricultural production hit

Almost two thirds of Queensland are now drought declared after a significant lack of rainfall across central, southern and south…
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Australia’s winter crop production prospects gave deteriorated thanks to unfavourable growing conditions in New South Wales and Queensland, according to the Department of Agriculture’s crop report.

Expected production stats for Queensland crops revealed

Queensland’s agriculture industry has maintained its production value despite five years of significant drought, according to a new report. The…
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