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Opportunity for Agribusinesses, Trends in Global Consumption, and Avoiding Crop Failure

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By Portal Admin - 15th September 2020 - Back to News

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Dont risk crop failure plan your surveillance activities

As this years winter crop reaches a critical growth stage, its time to do rigorous and regular surveillance to protect your growing crops from new weeds, pests and diseases.

Check now for late brome germinations

Populations of the highly competitive weed brome grass have been reported as spreading in western Victoria and now is the time for grain growers to be scouting crops to check for late germinations.

One-stop-shop for Russian wheat aphid information available online

A wealth of information to assist Western Australian grain growers help slow the spread of Russian wheat aphid is available now.

Barley 2030: Anticipated trends in global consumption

The Australian barley industry should diversify its markets while continuing to engage with Chinese brewers and maltsters, according to a new report.

Farmer's growing optimism

Opportunity for agribusinesses to capitalise on positive outlook.


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