Climate change could be reversed in a decade if everyone practised regenerative agriculture, Simon Mattsson says.
The Nuffield Scholar visited 14 countries over two years researching soil biology and ... Read More
Failure to contain a destructive species would impact "every aspect of Australian life", but the Invasive Species Council says it is just one of many threats Australia is unprepared for.
The ... Read More
Agribusiness giants Bayer AG and Monsanto get approval to merge as US farm groups and environmentalists slam the deal as 'toxic'.
A multi-billion dollar merger between the agribusiness giants Bayer ... Read More
Approval has been given to a company proposing to generate up to 30,000 tonnes of soil conditioning material from a composting facility
At this week's Bundaberg Regional Council meeting, NuGrow ... Read More
The Queensland Farmers’ Federation (QFF) and industry members are today frustrated and disappointed following the passing of poor and unbalanced vegetation management legislation by the Queensland Government overnight
QFF President Stuart ... Read More
Farmers have condemned a parliamentary committee recommendation that poor and unbalanced vegetation management legislation should be enacted into law without changes.
Queensland Farmers’ Federation president Stuart Armitage said despite ... Read More
Today the National Farmers' Federation released the popular reference document Food, Fibre & Forestry Facts: A Summary of Australia’s Agriculture Sector, an authoritative publication designed as a fast reference to ... Read More
Heavy vehicle regulation across Australia is complex, inconsistent and threatens to place a handbrake on our burgeoning farm sector.
Larger, more efficient farm vehicles and machines play an important part ... Read More