Glypho resistance discovery in CQ

QUEENSLAND farmers have a new enemy in the battle against herbicide resistant weeds - glyphosate resistant Sweet Summer Grass.
QUEENSLAND farmers have a new enemy in the battle against herbicide resistant weeds - glyphosate resistant Sweet Summer Grass.
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WHEN live cattle exports to Indonesia were suspended in June 2011, industry representatives spoke at the time of dire and far-reaching consequences. WHEN live cattle exports to Indonesia were suspended in June 2011, industry representatives spoke at the time of dire and far-reaching consequences.
Rob and Ainsley McArthur, Mystery Park, St Lawrence, are completely sold on the virtues of cell grazing. Rob and Ainsley McArthur, Mystery Park, St Lawrence, are completely sold on the virtues of cell grazing.
FABA bean crops on the Darling Downs have come under pressure from helicoverpa larvae this season, potentially slashing returns if grain does not meet stringent quality standards. FABA bean crops on the Darling Downs have come under pressure from helicoverpa larvae this season, potentially slashing returns if grain does not meet stringent quality standards.
EDUCATING and reinvigorating the next generation is what drives 2014 Marsh Rural Ambassador Sarah Hannah. EDUCATING and reinvigorating the next generation is what drives 2014 Marsh Rural Ambassador Sarah Hannah.
29 Aug 14  1 WOOLWORTHS' net profit rose 8.5 per cent to $2.45 billion in 2014 as higher food and liquor margins offset wider than expected losses from home improvement and weaker earnings at Big W.
COTTON is set to fall to its lowest price in five years as demand slows in China and India heads for a record crop, says India's biggest denim maker.
29 Aug 14 COTTON is set to fall to its lowest price in five years as demand slows in China and India heads for a record crop, says India's biggest denim maker. | Cotton water use improves 40pc  | Cotton industry invests in leaders 
THE federal government is facing pressure to overhaul the foreign investment review system as it tries to deal with Chinese trade demands.
29 Aug 14  1 THE federal government is facing pressure to overhaul the foreign investment review system as it tries to deal with Chinese trade demands. | 'Protectionists' stifling ag...  | Farmers still not sold on... 
A QUEENSLAND farm on the Darling Downs has become the unlikely testing ground for Google X's Project Wing.
29 Aug 14 A QUEENSLAND farm on the Darling Downs has become the unlikely testing ground for Google X's Project Wing.
AN encouraging recovery on Thursday helped the AWEX EMI to a 1 cent rise for the week, to finish at 1002c/kg.
29 Aug 14  1 AN encouraging recovery on Thursday helped the AWEX EMI to a 1 cent rise for the week, to finish at 1002c/kg. | EMI drops despite positive...  | Wool price continues downward trend 
Sheep - Wool
CASE IH’s Axial-Flow 9230 combine has won an award from the new International Machinery Manufacturer’s Awards (IMMA) held in the United Kingdom in June.
29 Aug 14 CASE IH’s Axial-Flow 9230 combine has won an award from the new International Machinery Manufacturer’s Awards (IMMA) held in the United Kingdom in June.
IT was the moment of truth at Beef Breeding Services, an artificial breeding service centre, just north of Rockhampton.
29 Aug 14 IT was the moment of truth at Beef Breeding Services, an artificial breeding service centre, just north of Rockhampton.
Cattle - Beef
INTENSIFYING drought sparked a heated debate in Canberra this week about escalating rural debt and calls for an overhaul of bank lending.
29 Aug 14  8 INTENSIFYING drought sparked a heated debate in Canberra this week about escalating rural debt and calls for an overhaul of bank lending. | Face-to-face with rural debt  | Taking the debt message to Canberra 
A VISITING Canadian grain market analyst has cautioned Australian growers that the market may not have reached its lows as yet.
29 Aug 14  3 A VISITING Canadian grain market analyst has cautioned Australian growers that the market may not have reached its lows as yet.
CONTROVERSIAL NSW land access laws will undergo sweeping reform as the NSW government adopts 32 review findings.
28 Aug 14  1 CONTROVERSIAL NSW land access laws will undergo sweeping reform as the NSW government adopts 32 review findings. | Hoddy branded 'CSG mouthpiece'  | Grand groundwater monitoring... 
THE price of renewable energy ­certificates would collapse and the value of the large-scale renewable energy sector would be
28 Aug 14  4 THE price of renewable energy ­certificates would collapse and the value of the large-scale renewable energy sector would be "destroyed'' under the more drastic proposal contained in the...
VIDEO: THE BOM has released its upgraded Climate Outlooks service, with monthly rainfall and temperature outlooks now available with seasonal outlooks.
28 Aug 14 VIDEO: THE BOM has released its upgraded Climate Outlooks service, with monthly rainfall and temperature outlooks now available with seasonal outlooks. | How 'hot' became the new normal  | South shivers through cold snap 
THE NBN analysis has been criticised by industry experts for using assumptions that underestimate the demand for technology.
28 Aug 14  2 THE NBN analysis has been criticised by industry experts for using assumptions that underestimate the demand for technology. | Bush broadband boost  | NBN a mango game-changer 
THE boss of Australia's biggest dairy company is forecasting more consolidation, saying there
28 Aug 14  3 THE boss of Australia's biggest dairy company is forecasting more consolidation, saying there "isn't enough money to be made" for all players. | Dairy industry eyes Russia  | Lion roars in with health pitch 
AUSTRALIAN Pork Limited’s new strategic plan will target greater transparency on animal welfare standards to improve consumer confidence.
28 Aug 14 AUSTRALIAN Pork Limited’s new strategic plan will target greater transparency on animal welfare standards to improve consumer confidence. | Farm break-in sparks renewed...  | Animal welfare issues need... 
CLIVE Palmer’s attack on China failed to derail sensitive negotiations on the upcoming FTA with Australia, says Trade Minister Andrew Robb.
28 Aug 14  2 CLIVE Palmer’s attack on China failed to derail sensitive negotiations on the upcoming FTA with Australia, says Trade Minister Andrew Robb. | Palmer's China 'clanger': Joyce  | Palmer outburst threat to China FTA 
EWE lambs grazing canola and forage brassica crops can achieve better reproductive performance than ewe lambs on other forages.
28 Aug 14 EWE lambs grazing canola and forage brassica crops can achieve better reproductive performance than ewe lambs on other forages.
UP TO 300mm has fallen on parts of the North Coast over the past 48 hours and while conditions are easing this morning, minor flood alerts are still in place.
28 Aug 14 UP TO 300mm has fallen on parts of the North Coast over the past 48 hours and while conditions are easing this morning, minor flood alerts are still in place.
FOOD labelling laws need an urgent overhaul, says the head of Tasmania's peak agricultural group.
28 Aug 14  2 FOOD labelling laws need an urgent overhaul, says the head of Tasmania's peak agricultural group. | Maggie Beer's state of origin... 
AGENTS are now warning graziers they won’t be able to afford to restock their herds once the eastern States get widespread soaking rain.
28 Aug 14  3 AGENTS are now warning graziers they won’t be able to afford to restock their herds once the eastern States get widespread soaking rain.
Cattle - Beef
WHEN live cattle exports to Indonesia were suspended in June 2011, industry representatives spoke at the time of dire and far-reaching consequences.
28 Aug 14  3 WHEN live cattle exports to Indonesia were suspended in June 2011, industry representatives spoke at the time of dire and far-reaching consequences.
NICK Minchin has been roundly panned for encouraging ADM to have another tilt at GrainCorp, Australia’s largest listed grains business.
28 Aug 14  4 NICK Minchin has been roundly panned for encouraging ADM to have another tilt at GrainCorp, Australia’s largest listed grains business. | ADM talks 'just business':...  | Ellerston pushes GrainCorp... 
LAST minute amendments to plans for a “one-stop shop” on environmental legislation could see “water trigger” legislation saved.
28 Aug 14 LAST minute amendments to plans for a “one-stop shop” on environmental legislation could see “water trigger” legislation saved. | Farmers must 'think like miners'  | Facts v fiction – busting the... 
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pepper and Inverell have cut straight to the chase on this. Precise and pertinent comments.
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Thanks Blondie. Agree your comments. Instinct tells me there is something smelly going on with
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Why would we believe any of your figures deregul8? You cant even tell us what you get for your
THE hurt and pain of northern beef producers watching generations of assets being eroded by the perfect storm of drought, oversupply and poor prices is driving some of Australia’s most enquiring minds after leaving Longreach last week, determined to find long-term solutions to the ogre of non-viability.4:00 AM THE hurt and pain of northern beef producers watching generations of assets being eroded by the perfect storm of...
WHEN live cattle exports to Indonesia were suspended in June 2011, industry representatives spoke at the time of dire and far-reaching consequences.28 Aug 14  3 WHEN live cattle exports to Indonesia were suspended in June 2011, industry representatives spoke at the time of...