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Report Phylloxera in Yarra Valley
Extended varroa surveillance comes to end
New northern cattle partnership welcomed
Connecting WA agrifood businesses to Asia
Farmers welcome exclusion from direct carbon burden but remain concerned by land clearing overtones
1 April 2019 Farmers welcome exclusion from direct carbon burden but remain concerned by land clearing overtones
NSW onshore gas supply
NRM funding round now open across WA
Something’s fishy: ABF officers detect live fish in package from Vietnam
Door open for Aussie almonds to Chile
APPEA congratulates new NSW ministers
Ministers Bibeau and Carr Visit Saskatchewan in Support of Canada’s Canola and Grain
$490,000 to support future of Aussie horticulture
La Trobe delivers high research impact
Backing Local Communities In Fight Against Fruit Fly
New Inspector-General of Biosecurity appointed
Kangaroo Management Plan To Be Developed For Victoria
Community projects boost St George and Dirranbandi
$5.2 m community package to boost Cunnamulla
Conditions for sheep exports during northern summer
State governments should give farmers rate relief
Mulloon Institute receives $3.8 million to continue research
Statement on reports on native forest harvest
Mentoring program a step towards success, Mary says
Working to strengthen agricultural innovation
ERA 2018 sees Griffith double its top rating research
Farmers welcome bipartisan support for biodiversity stewardship and certification initiatives
Farmers say “enough is enough” as Australian legal system let activists run rogue
Biodiversity pilot program aims to reward farmers
Carnarvon cell fence to keep out wild dogs
Agriculture, hydrogen on agenda at Boao Forum
Definition change to support lamb exports
Man facing charges after endangered iguanas found in cruise ship cabin
New direction for salinity management
Rewarding biodiversity on farm
Farmers support recognition of their role in managing environment
2019 graduates dive into fisheries – part 2
Beekeepers lack of unity disappointing
ADL facility in O’Leary will update equipment to meet consumer demand
March 25 Ordinary Council Meeting notes
Wine winner in workshop series
Statement on resignation of Niall Blair
White Hills home to Tasmania’s newest irrigation scheme
Queensland cattle industry applauds $6M investment in ‘grass cancer’ cure
Queensland wants national preparedness plan updated to deal with exotic stink bug
Fighting dieback in Queensland
More funding to fight pests and weeds
Esperance extension funding welcome, but not enough