Aphids spotted but no need to panic

DESPITE sightings of green peach aphids out in the paddock, growers are being advised to stay calm and step away from Transform.
DESPITE sightings of green peach aphids out in the paddock, growers are being advised to stay calm and step away from Transform.
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AUSTRALIA and 11 other nations have failed to clinch an ambitious Pacific free trade deal. AUSTRALIA and 11 other nations have failed to clinch an ambitious Pacific free trade deal.
JERVOIS, SA, has long been known for its ties to dairy farming, but last week the small town witnessed a rarity in the industry. JERVOIS, SA, has long been known for its ties to dairy farming, but last week the small town witnessed a rarity in the industry.
GRASSFED beef represents a growing niche market for Aus exports into large US market, where lamb and beef sales have surged significantly. GRASSFED beef represents a growing niche market for Aus exports into large US market, where lamb and beef sales have surged significantly.
IT IS India's time to shine in world grain markets, according to Australian Grains Industry Conference (AGIC) international guest speaker. IT IS India's time to shine in world grain markets, according to Australian Grains Industry Conference (AGIC) international guest speaker.
GOONDIWINDI based Woods Grains director, Thomas Dudley Woods, has been sentenced to 18 months jail for fraud.
31 Jul 15 GOONDIWINDI based Woods Grains director, Thomas Dudley Woods, has been sentenced to 18 months jail for fraud.
AN international team of researchers, including the University of Adelaide, have unlocked the genetic key in barley that led to the start of cropping in human agriculture.
31 Jul 15 AN international team of researchers, including the University of Adelaide, have unlocked the genetic key in barley that led to the start of cropping in human agriculture.
ADELAIDE-based commodity manager Lachlan Allen has been awarded a unique grains industry scholarship by GTA and Nuffield Australia.
30 Jul 15  2 ADELAIDE-based commodity manager Lachlan Allen has been awarded a unique grains industry scholarship by GTA and Nuffield Australia. | AGIC tips tight finish for Aus...  | Winning pulse combo 
A SALAD comprising quinoa, black lentils, roasted barley and	chickpeas been named the 2016 International Year of Pulses Australian Signature Dish.
30 Jul 15 A SALAD comprising quinoa, black lentils, roasted barley and chickpeas been named the 2016 International Year of Pulses Australian Signature Dish. | AGIC tips tight finish for Aus...  | Grain leaders back best practice 
GRAIN marketing, storage and logistics group Emerald Grain is rebranding its local grain accumulation businesses.
29 Jul 15 GRAIN marketing, storage and logistics group Emerald Grain is rebranding its local grain accumulation businesses. | India focus for AGIC's Emily French  | TPP negotiations at pointy end 
THE newly minted US-Iran nuclear deal will deliver an
29 Jul 15  2 THE newly minted US-Iran nuclear deal will deliver an "avalanche of trade" for Western businesses, predicts the boss of Australian ag giant Sunrice. | SunRice asks shareholders for...  | SunRice in restructure stoush 
IT IS India's time to shine in world grain markets, according to Australian Grains Industry Conference (AGIC) international guest speaker.
29 Jul 15 IT IS India's time to shine in world grain markets, according to Australian Grains Industry Conference (AGIC) international guest speaker. | AGIC tips tight finish for Aus...  | AGIC reaches out with trade focus 
TRADE was the focus at AGIC on Tuesday, from the official opening by the Shadow Minister for Trade, Senator Penny Wong, to the FTA panel session.
29 Jul 15 TRADE was the focus at AGIC on Tuesday, from the official opening by the Shadow Minister for Trade, Senator Penny Wong, to the FTA panel session. | AGIC tips tight finish for Aus...  | Grain leaders back best practice 
AUSTRALIAN grain stocks are extremely tight, particularly on the east coast, which means local prices could remain volatile until harvest.
28 Jul 15  1 AUSTRALIAN grain stocks are extremely tight, particularly on the east coast, which means local prices could remain volatile until harvest. | Growers kick off AGIC  | Australia's changing grain role 
CUMMINS graingrower Jarrod Phelps supports the proposed EP infrastructure fund because it accounts for those who participate.
28 Jul 15 CUMMINS graingrower Jarrod Phelps supports the proposed EP infrastructure fund because it accounts for those who participate. | EP farmers push for grain fund  | EP survey results questioned 
BUSINESS profitability and success is not just based on favourable seasons and commodity prices – it’s about strategically focusing on the core business and identifying the key opportunities to boost returns, says North Queensland canegrower Chris Lyne.
28 Jul 15 BUSINESS profitability and success is not just based on favourable seasons and commodity prices – it’s about strategically focusing on the core business and identifying the key...
MORE than 200 delegates attended the inaugural GRDC Growers' Day ahead of the Australian Grains Industry Conference.
27 Jul 15 MORE than 200 delegates attended the inaugural GRDC Growers' Day ahead of the Australian Grains Industry Conference. | Grain leaders back best practice  | Why losing bees will sting 
AUSTRALIA’S grain leaders have backed a new guide to on-farm best management practice for the country’s grain growers.
27 Jul 15  3 AUSTRALIA’S grain leaders have backed a new guide to on-farm best management practice for the country’s grain growers. | Grains market needs Chinese data  | 'Hybrid option' for GRDC move 
THE water trading fund managed by listed private equity company Blue Sky Alternative Investments has achieved a return of more than 32 per cent in fiscal 2015 as farmers flock to cheaper land and invest in high-return crops in the areas where the fund has purchased water.
27 Jul 15 THE water trading fund managed by listed private equity company Blue Sky Alternative Investments has achieved a return of more than 32 per cent in fiscal 2015 as farmers flock to cheaper... | Namoi Cotton buys Bengerang gin  | Webster wraps up Tandou takeover 
CROPPERS and graziers in the Collie and Armatree areas have had enough of a good thing and are hanging out for a dose of sunshine.
25 Jul 15  1 CROPPERS and graziers in the Collie and Armatree areas have had enough of a good thing and are hanging out for a dose of sunshine.
A MANDATORY code of conduct for sugar marketing had strong support at a meeting with growers in the Ingham area, Queensland Senator Matt Canavan said.
24 Jul 15 A MANDATORY code of conduct for sugar marketing had strong support at a meeting with growers in the Ingham area, Queensland Senator Matt Canavan said.
COLD weather is likely to see cereal crops turning a bit yellow, but these symptoms can often be confused with disease.
23 Jul 15 COLD weather is likely to see cereal crops turning a bit yellow, but these symptoms can often be confused with disease. | Collaboration key to chemical...  | Giving leucaena the chop 
THE emerging southern cotton region of Australia has made a splash with Southern Cotton's win at the 2015 Telstra NSW Business Awards.
22 Jul 15 THE emerging southern cotton region of Australia has made a splash with Southern Cotton's win at the 2015 Telstra NSW Business Awards. | Glypho resistance growing 
WE may lose a lot more than honey if bees are unable to cope with the changing climate and increasing demand for agricultural land.
22 Jul 15  4 WE may lose a lot more than honey if bees are unable to cope with the changing climate and increasing demand for agricultural land. | Mite-y repellent for bee bugs  | Opening the hive on bee data 
THE impact on farm productivity of resistance to ag pesticides and veterinary chemicals has prompted the creation of a priority list to focus technologies.
21 Jul 15  2 THE impact on farm productivity of resistance to ag pesticides and veterinary chemicals has prompted the creation of a priority list to focus technologies.
CANOLA was once considered only useful as a break crop to clean-up weeds in paddocks, according to agronomist Greg Sefton, Cobram, Vic.
21 Jul 15  5 CANOLA was once considered only useful as a break crop to clean-up weeds in paddocks, according to agronomist Greg Sefton, Cobram, Vic. | Oats in favour as prices rise  | GM crop area growing 
Southern region grain growers have been warned the El Nino was likely to bring a heightened risk of frost.
20 Jul 15  4 Southern region grain growers have been warned the El Nino was likely to bring a heightened risk of frost.
AUSTRALIA'S premier grains industry conference, AGIC 2015, will feature industry leaders from around the globe as well as Australia.
20 Jul 15  19 AUSTRALIA'S premier grains industry conference, AGIC 2015, will feature industry leaders from around the globe as well as Australia. | AGIC 2015: meet the speakers  | Day for growers at AGIC 2015 
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I have lodged whistleblower material with the Head of Dept of Ag, Head of the MLA, and the Ag
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Jacky- there are 100K- cattle producers alone so there is many many more than that when you
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If there are 100,000 farmers then 48.5% of farmers, are holding cash reserves equivalent to 2- 4
THE state's peak agricultural lobby group is in favour of the delayed new Melbourne Market opening.30 Jul 15 THE state's peak agricultural lobby group is in favour of the delayed new Melbourne Market opening.
WOOLGROWERS' have delivered a scathing assessment of the Wool Selling System Review (WSSR), accusing Australian Wool Innovation (AWI) of presenting a 'sanitised' and 'diluted' report to media.
30 Jul 15  1 WOOLGROWERS' have delivered a scathing assessment of the Wool Selling System Review (WSSR), accusing Australian Wool...