Wheat markets under attack in Asia

AUSTRALIA'S wheat industry is in danger of becoming the “white trash” of import markets in Asia.
AUSTRALIA'S wheat industry is in danger of becoming the “white trash” of import markets in Asia.
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AUSTRALIAN grain and oilseed production is forecast to rise over the next five years, but there are no spectacular price rises on the horizon. AUSTRALIAN grain and oilseed production is forecast to rise over the next five years, but there are no spectacular price rises on the horizon.
IN the quest for blame on Australia's latest food scare, look to the consumer – because, whether we know it or not, it is all our doing. IN the quest for blame on Australia's latest food scare, look to the consumer – because, whether we know it or not, it is all our doing.
RURAL doctors have welcomed today’s dropping of the Medicare co-payment, but it wants the patient rebate freeze removed. RURAL doctors have welcomed today’s dropping of the Medicare co-payment, but it wants the patient rebate freeze removed.
AUSTRALIA'S run of abnormally warm weather has continued with the country recording its second-hottest February since 1910. AUSTRALIA'S run of abnormally warm weather has continued with the country recording its second-hottest February since 1910.
AUSTRALIAN grain and oilseed production is forecast to rise over the next five years, but there are no spectacular price rises on the horizon.
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AUSTRALIAN cotton production is expected to rebound by 19pc next season to 560,000 tonnes and hit 818,000t by the end of the decade.
04 Mar 15 AUSTRALIAN cotton production is expected to rebound by 19pc next season to 560,000 tonnes and hit 818,000t by the end of the decade. | Family farms underpin economy:...  | Threads of Paul Kahl's cotton... 
ALTHOUGH prices are likely to ease, industry forecasters are still predicting a good year ahead for Australian lentil producers.
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WEST Carnamah farmer Bob Dempster took a trip to Dongara on Sunday leaving at 9am.
03 Mar 15  1 WEST Carnamah farmer Bob Dempster took a trip to Dongara on Sunday leaving at 9am.
GREENS Senator Rachel Siewert is calling for a national “contamination insurance scheme” to help protect non-GM farmers.
03 Mar 15  10 GREENS Senator Rachel Siewert is calling for a national “contamination insurance scheme” to help protect non-GM farmers. | Marsh v Baxter appeal imminent  | Choice is key in GM debate 
A LEADING expert in fungal disease rhizoctonia says tell-tale crop bare patches are no longer the best symptom.
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WESTERN Australia's biggest grain grower John Nicoletti is downsizing in a radical business transformation.
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THE importance of farmers using neo-nicotinoid insecticides according to instructions has been made clearer than ever before.
02 Mar 15  1 THE importance of farmers using neo-nicotinoid insecticides according to instructions has been made clearer than ever before.
THE benefits of a break from wheat in low rainfall Mallee environments has been proven in a joint crop sequencing trial.
01 Mar 15  1 THE benefits of a break from wheat in low rainfall Mallee environments has been proven in a joint crop sequencing trial. | Aerobic cropping a good fit  | AGT enters barley space 
DURING the 2000s the cereals fungal disease focus has firmly been on rust, but in recent years other diseases have crept up.
28 Feb 15 DURING the 2000s the cereals fungal disease focus has firmly been on rust, but in recent years other diseases have crept up. | AGT enters barley space  | Oilseed: high risk, high reward 
INGHAM sugarcane farmers could retain an increased ownership percentage in the $520m cane-based renewable energy facility.
27 Feb 15 INGHAM sugarcane farmers could retain an increased ownership percentage in the $520m cane-based renewable energy facility.
WITH the price of cropping land soaring, farmers are increasingly looking to improve the productivity of the ground they already own.
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ONE of Australia’s largest wheat breeders will expand its operation and begin breeding barley.
24 Feb 15  12 ONE of Australia’s largest wheat breeders will expand its operation and begin breeding barley. | Big year for sorghum harvest:...  | Late upgrades to Aussie crop 
THE possibility of oilseed rape yields of up to 5t/ha is an obvious reason for German farmers to grow the European canola equivalent.
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THE NSW rice industry is hoping to lift water use efficiency by tapping into achievements being made by the fledgling NQ sector.
23 Feb 15 THE NSW rice industry is hoping to lift water use efficiency by tapping into achievements being made by the fledgling NQ sector. | Asia's noodle hunger drives demand  | Rice outperforms cane at Burdekin 
FROST was a dirty but popular word at the GRDC Grain Research Update in Adelaide recently.
22 Feb 15 FROST was a dirty but popular word at the GRDC Grain Research Update in Adelaide recently. | Vigorous varieties suffocate weeds  | Time on hand to test ideas 
THERE was a time when the no-till and minimum till practices used by close to 90pc of croppers was a revolutionary, risky idea.
21 Feb 15  5 THERE was a time when the no-till and minimum till practices used by close to 90pc of croppers was a revolutionary, risky idea. | Keeping 'tram tracks' functional  | Getting air time saves in sowing 
THE best solution for Tier 3 rail line lines in WA would be a CBH takeover, but that outcome might require taxpayer support.
20 Feb 15  7 THE best solution for Tier 3 rail line lines in WA would be a CBH takeover, but that outcome might require taxpayer support. | CBH 'war' on inquiry agenda  | Co-op inquiry one step closer 
AGRICULTURAL market research business KG2 is looking at farmer market intelligence to find the biggest drivers in growers’ decisions.
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AFTER years of no-till and now controlled traffic farming, ‘tram tracks’ where vehicles travel are proving somewhat of a problem.
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A NEW DROUGHT insurance is the latest financial product to allow Australian farmers some means of managing climatic variability.
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WIMMERA-based grain processor Wimpak will double its plant's capacity due to an investment in a new cleaning plant.
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FARMER lobby groups have expressed concerns that the ACCC still differentiates between port facilities and upcountry storage.
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Yes but Ted to openly admit that doesn't further their extreme events AGW cult theory now does it.
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Err excuse me Nico but Max's question is far from silly. A cooling of the temperature would be
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Usually, Malcolm, when the competition is cheaper then you have to match their price to retain
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MINISTER for Agriculture and Fisheries and Minister for Sport and Racing, Bill Byrne, today left on a tour of western Queensland to visit local producers and graziers.
“I’m looking forward to getting into the field with local growers and producers to hear directly from them,” Mr Byrne said.
03 Mar 15 MINISTER for Agriculture and Fisheries and Minister for Sport and Racing, Bill Byrne, today left on a tour of...