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Viewpoint & Interview
Date：Dec. 30, 2019 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
The first was that, for as far as my eye could see, the landscape was brown and dry. I saw empty fields ready to be planted with crops only if the rain comes. I...
Date：Dec. 9, 2019 Category：Companies
Syngenta Crop Protection AG
Syngenta is not making any specific promises, but it expects to release chemical alternatives to glyphosate if the popular broad spectrum herbicide is pulled of...
Date：Aug. 13, 2019 Category：Products
A NEW pre-emergent herbicide designed to give residual control of ryegrass heads a suite of products set to be launched over the next year and a half by crop pr...
Date：Mar. 7, 2019 Category：Companies
A DIRECTOR of a leading French plant breeding company responsible the barley variety Planet, which won rave reviews from Australian growers last harvest, says t...
Date：Oct. 9, 2018 Category：Companies
Australian sorghum producers are set to benefit from cutting-edge technology being used in the breeding sector that will cut down the time it takes to have new ...
Date：Jun. 6, 2018 Category：Science&Research
Genetic material from a Japanese barley variety has provided Australian plant pathologists with a suite of novel genes that will help combat common fungal disea...
Date：Apr. 18, 2018 Category：Markets
MAJOR canola seed distributors are reporting a seed shortage for many popular hybrid varieties.
Date：Mar. 6, 2018 Category：Companies
Despite an awkward past year for farm chemical marketers nationwide, Australia has become something of a favoured son for BASF.
Date：Nov. 23, 2017 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
EASING the public into being more comfortable with genome-edited food will take more than simply stating facts according to Kevin Diehl.
Date：Oct. 17, 2017 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
The looming threat of advancing Black Sea agricultural output has been a constant theme in Aussie ag circles for the best part of two decades.
Date：Apr. 26, 2017 Category：Markets
A lack of regulatory approval from China for cotton seed produced from the genetically modified (GM) Bollgard 3 suite of cotton varieties could cost the Austral...
Date：May. 11, 2010 Category：Regulations
Farm chemical and animal health companies say they - and their farmer clients - are getting a raw deal from Australias sluggish product registration system…