Territories Satellite with Mango Harvest

Retrieved images are helping our Gritry farmers plan their production, including forecasting equipment and staffing. The 3-year trial is nearing completion of this harvest, and it is studying the images of mango trees at various stages of development to determine whether farmers will enter the harvest season. The trial is attended by 5 commercial farmers … Read more

New trades to get into Gasquin Bowl

Three vegetable and fruit businesses selected for Gaskin Bowl Bowl Inni TV 278 hectares of land has been allocated in Carnarvon to expand the horticulture industry It is estimated that the price of local commercial fruits and vegetables will increase by 25 percent The Macrogo government has cleared more than 270 hectares of land in … Read more

Call transparency on alternative protein products

He told the Senate that the state’s agricultural body should ban plant-based proteins such as “meat”, “beef”, “lamb” and “milk”. According to NSW farmers’ interpretations of meat and other animal products, alternative proteins will be part of our future, but the word “meat” must be preserved. The organization prohibits animal images on alternative protein labels, … Read more

Supporting the agricultural and food production capacity of Northern Australia

Thanks to the Australian Government, Charles Darwin University (CDU) has been awarded $ 735,000 to increase production capacity in the agricultural and food industries of Northern Australia. According to Steve Rogers, Director of Research and Innovation at Charles Darwin University, North Australia’s food technology innovation (NAFTI) will enhance North Australia’s food production capacity to grow, … Read more

Tasmanian farmers will continue to see good times ahead

At a glance the results Ongoing has continued to follow the star-studded rural faith in Tasmania due to high commodity prices ■ Kovid restrictions are affecting fruit and vegetable production, but the agricultural sector as a whole has been protected Investment in agriculture will continue as farmers improve their incomes for the coming year Tasmanian … Read more

A new map to help protect the country’s protected crop industries

Australian horticultural farmers are being encouraged to contribute to the development of high-tech mapping equipment to improve biological preparedness and disaster response efforts. The National Protected Crop Map, initiated by Hort Innovation and operated by the University of New England Applied Agricultural Remote Control Center, places businesses, politicians, shadow houses, glass houses and permanent nets … Read more

Emergency Water Infrastructure for Agriculture for Victoria

The Australian Government is providing $ 100 million in emergency water infrastructure reduction assistance to drought-affected farmers in Victoria. Minister of Resources and Water Keith Pitt welcomes the Victorian government’s commitment to supporting farmers in drought-tolerant projects. “This extension will help Victorian farmers build long-term infrastructure and drought resilience in East Gpsland and Wellington. Minister … Read more

From Tanks to Tractors – Veterans Move to Collect Taxes

NSW farmers are asking for help from former Australian Defense Forces men and women to help them harvest good crops during the epidemic. Border Limits As farmers struggle to find harvest workers, Operation Harvest helps meet the urgent national need to harvest winter crops. The NSW initiative, led by former ADF volunteers in partnership with … Read more

Using the best noses in bio safety

The Australian Bio Safety Dog Unit has been improved over the years, and the dogs are currently involved in experiments to identify specific cargo pests and screen for COVID-19 passengers. According to Andrew Metcalf Ao, secretary of the Department of Agriculture, Water and Environment and Australia’s biotechnology director, the dogs continue to be an integral … Read more

Israeli fruit fly technology was first introduced in Australia by Adelaide

A new global technology designed specifically to combat fruit flies is being introduced in Australia at Metropolitan Adelaide. The Marshall Liberal government is experimenting with a new invention of Fydom, a biofuel company that uses chemical formulas to attract, feed, and kill fruit flies. The Minister of Primary Industries and Regional Development, David Basham, said … Read more