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Horticulture without water pollution viable
New controls to protect UK trees and plants against damaging threats
Strict new controls to protect UK’s trees and plants against damaging threats
Government response to AHDB request for views published
AFPA welcomes NSW government bushfire recovery package and focus on forest product industries
$140 million to boost critical industries damaged by bushfires
Home gardens emerge during pandemic
Dairy industry to join together to manage milk supply
Australia’s food supply guaranteed
New Aboriginal Housing Foundation established in WA
Health professionals and vegetable growers team up to increase fruit and vegetable intake
Don’t let self-iso shut you off from nature
Don’t let self-iso shut you off from nature
Water reforms critical in COVID 19 response
Thailand enjoys sweet taste of Aussie persimmons
NSW Farmers calls for targeted regional stimulus package
NZ horticulture sector feeding Kiwis and world during COVID-19
Work to repurpose PGF funds begins
Risk of E. coli in hydroponic and aquaponic systems may be greater than once thought
More time to get ready for new Reef regulations
Visa extensions for critical farm workers a sensible, practical solution for growers
Botanical Gardens preparing for better times ahead
Securing Vital Air Freight Access
Giving Jobseekers A Fresh Start In Agriculture
Farmers call for urgent action on visa extensions
Australias leading health and research institutes urge Australians to continue enjoying fresh produce during COVID-19 outbreak
Look to garden to keep you busy and quiet your mind
NSW steps up to help primary industries sector navigate COVID-19
United Workers Union calls for urgent action to protect Australian farm workers
National Farmers Federation discusses agriculture’s COVID-19 challenges at AGMIN
More than 600 jobs created under rural development projects
Visa extensions vital to secure workforce for vegetable industry
Growers taste sweet success with innovative tech
Nicholas Saphir appointed as new Chair for AHDB
Green Walls bridge gap between urban cities and nature
Harvest labour changes to provide more support for farmers and opportunities for regional
COVID-19 stimulus to help regions and farmers as economic turbulence takes hold
US to lift ban on UK beef exports
Autonomous guided vehicles to transform horticultural labour shortage
COVID-15 stimulus package a boost for farmers and bush
Primary industries in good shape to respond to drought and COVID-19
Canada research investment to help manage costly potato disease
Project Signing – New World Bank Project to Benefit Over 400,000 Farming Households
South Australia doubles down with zero tolerance
Travellers reminded not to bring fruit and vegetables into SA
Machine learning could improve diagnosis of mastitis infections in cows, says new study
Tracing Local Oranges Back To Their Roots
Queensland farmers to open their gates to teachers in bid to bridge urban-rural divide