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Wild bee recovery study to support bushfire preparedness for growers
Statement about CSIRO and agricultural industries
Government grants to support Australian ingenuity and create jobs
Scientists probe bee recovery after fires
Ag visa moves forward
Hort funded grant now open for applications
New Ag Visa will help tackle Queensland’s farm labour shortages
National Skills Week highlights Bundaberg’s training talent
Drug trafficker removed from labour hire industry
Integrated pest management protects macadamia orchards
Government delivers on its Agriculture Visa promise
Coalition Government delivers visa for farmers
AgSkilled 2.0 drives training needs for ag sector this harvest
New Agribusiness Director appointed
Urgent action required to safeguard Victorian horticulture industry
Two thousand overseas Ag workers arrive in NSW
$15.1 million to strengthen WA’s biosecurity capabilities
Researcher uses 3D modelling to measure biomass of trees for carbon monitoring
Fishers, farmers and foresters trusted by community
Australian Avocados win gold
Facial recognition AI helps save multibillion dollar grape crop
Understanding insurance for better risk management
Ag Town of Year nominations extended by week
Workshops to improve market transparency in perishable agricultural goods industries
Norwood and Kent Town fruit fly red zone targeted
Training investment to help WA horticulture businesses flourish
Irrigation costs slashed as rebates for horticultural growers commence
New water agreement to support growth of Gascoyne food bowl
Climate model for mildew control
Horticultural netting grants top $8m
Mystery surrounds profit flow for fresh fruit and veg
‘Digital twins’ concept boosts food production
Appropriate piece rates are critical to incentivising motivated workforce
Hemp goes ‘hot’ due to genetics, not environmental stress
Digital Farmhand ploughs farms of future
Stronger fruit fly measures to protect Riverland
Ensuring high standards key to success of Seasonal Agriculture Worker visa
Horticulture Sustainability Framework positive step in right direction
Celebrating 75 years of agricultural research in WA’s far north
FAO Director-General in visit to small-scale agricultural producers
Aussie horticulture spotlights responsible farming
Fair Work Commission Concludes AWU Farm Workers Case
Waikeria Prison provides plants for Whangamarino wetland restoration project
City of Newcastle creates career opportunities for Newcastle youth
Response teams hone skills at plant pest training day
Efforts to combat small but ‘ravenous’ worm ramp up
Fair Work Hears AWU’s Farmers Fair Work Claim
Penn State agricultural research highlighted on Ag Progress Days tours