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- Agricultural Technology
- Victorian fruit fly fumigator at centre of Tasmanian crisis passes initial audit February 23, 2018Agriculture Victoria has been unable to determine how fruit flies got to Tasmania, after investigations found no mechanical failures at fumigation facilities in the state.
- Detector dog sniffing out bed bugs February 23, 2018After Ruby the detector dog was made redundant from sniffing caterpillars, a new career emerged.
- Storms deal a blow to 2018 macadamia forecast February 23, 2018Macadamia growers are expecting a significant drop in the size of the 2018 crop following a number of isolated but severe storms.
- Standing guard, these beehives are the coastal defence against varroa mite February 22, 2018Stationed near the major ports of Australia's coastal cities are a group of closely monitored beehives designed to detect the varroa mite parasite that has the potential to decimate bee populations.
- Super company invests in wagyu beef in regional town February 22, 2018A not-for-profit superannuation fund is sinking $6.7 million into a wagyu beef operation in north-west New South Wales.
- Victorian fumigation plant suspended from supplying Tasmania amid fruit fly alert February 22, 2018A Victorian fumigation plant at the centre of a fruit fly incursion in Tasmania is suspended from the Tasmanian supply chain as the state's supermarkets clear shelves of fresh produce lines and farmers blame under-resourcing.
- Tractor-hacking farmers in the US fight for right to repair February 21, 2018The days of home tractor repair are coming to an end with complex machinery software and tightening intellectual property restrictions forcing farmers to pay big bucks for fixes.
- Kimberley farmers travel to South Korea to see transformation of their maize into corn chips February 21, 2018A group of growers from Western Australia's Ord Valley travels to South Korea to see Kimberley corn processed into corn chips.
- National Fruit Fly Council maintains confidence in detection amid incursions February 21, 2018Officials have backed Australia's fruit fly detection regime despite concerns over a number of outbreaks in Australia's two fruit fly-free states.
- Innovations in avocado farming aim to keep it on the menu year-round February 21, 2018Australia faces an avocado shortage when our favourite varieties go out of season, but what if the Northern Territory could help?