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Agribusiness Sector report, flock values, biosecurity research, marine heatwaves and more.

By Portal Admin - 17th August 2020 - Back to News

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Flock value grows from weaning well

Sheep producers can optimise lamb and ewe production by weaning lambs no later than 14 weeks after the start of lambing to make the most of pastures before they start to deteriorate in nutritional value.

Renewed funding for plant biosecurity research

Hort Innovation welcomes the announcement of the Plant Biosecurity Research Initiative program renewal.

Need for prediction of marine heatwaves

Research team highlights need for development of systems to predict marine heatwaves, which are a growing threat to marine ecosystems and industries as the climate changes.

First sterile leucaena trial seedlings planted in the north

The first seedlings from a research project to develop a sterile leucaena variety were transplanted at secure sites at Carnarvon, Broome and Kununurra recently.

Webinar puts focus on biosecurity and what it means on farm

Biosecurity you might have seen the black and red sign on farm gates but what does it mean in practice?

Australian agricultural research showcased like never before

R4A 2020 Australia's 1st Yearbook dedicated purely to the best Agricultural Research our country has to offer.

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