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Date：Oct. 3, 2019 Category：Products
AUSTRALIA'S grain producers will have a range of new varietal choices following releases over recent weeks.
Date：Aug. 14, 2019 Category：Companies
The head of one of Australia's largest plant breeders has said her company was looking to engage with end-use customers more than ever before to create products...
Date：Jun. 3, 2019 Category：Companies
Farmers will be able to get their hands on seed for planting quicker and more easily following a $2.6 million investment from seed retailer Pacific Seeds.
Date：Feb. 12, 2018 Category：Science&Research
Wheat researchers have developed a gene discovery technique which may pave the way for breeding programs to deliver the next generation of high performance crop...
Date：Nov. 30, 2017 Category：Markets
Leading cotton seed exporters say they will not book any business into China until a long-running trade issue surrounding the Bollgard 3 suite of genetically mo...
Date：Dec. 21, 2016 Category：Products
Monsanto is acknowledged as a global agribusiness giant, but its major focuses are in seeds and crop protection.
Date：Mar. 24, 2016 Category：Companies
Zhanghua,the chairman of one of China's biggest glyphosate producer Fuhua Group, has secured a substantial holding in Nufarm, sparking speculation about a poten...
Date：Oct. 15, 2012 Category：Products
Bayer CropScience held canola field walks in Horsham recently for distributors, agronomists and private consultants. The field walks were one of the first oppor...
Date：Jan. 4, 2012 Category：Markets
The Department of Primary Industries (DPI) is urging farmers not to use chemicals off-label during grains harvesting, as the consequences are numerous and often...
Date：Dec. 5, 2011 Category：Products
15 years after the introduction of its fungicide Amistar, Syngenta has announced plans to dramatically increase global manufacturing.
Date：Nov. 29, 2011 Category：Products
A population of Great brome grass (Bromus diandrus) from South Australia has been confirmed resistant to the world's most important herbicide, glyphosate.
Date：Oct. 3, 2011 Category：Companies
Nufarm will "comfortably" get its refinancing in place by December, the crop protection group says, and foreshadows an aggressive push into the $1.4 billion Azo...
Date：Jul. 5, 2011 Category：Regulations
AN ALLIANCE of consumer groups, medical officials and environmentalists is calling for an overhaul of Australia’s legal pesticides list.
Date：Apr. 15, 2011 Category：Markets
Australia currently has no organised, long-term way of monitoring levels of commercial fungicides in soil and waterways, leading environmental scientists have c...
Date：Jan. 13, 2011 Category：Products
WINDMILL grass from no-till fallow paddocks in central NSW has been confirmed to have developed resistance to the important herbicide glyphosate.
Date：Oct. 29, 2010 Category：Markets
Pulse Australia has been forced to seek emergency permits for alternative fungicides for chickpea and lentil crops after a shortage of registered ascochyta cont...
Date：Oct. 26, 2010 Category：Products
A BAN on further manufacturing of the "workhorse" pesticide, endosulfan, has left the horticulture industry suddenly struggling to find a replacement product to...
Date：Sep. 20, 2010 Category：Companies
BAYER Crop Science has been busy showing agronomists, consultants and growers through a series of trials featuring its research on herbicides and crop protectio...