Sesame knowledge building in northern Australia

Ben Harden
Updated April 24 2024 - 3:51pm, first published 3:27pm
Andrew McDonald, AgriVentis Technologies, with Emerald grower Aaron Kiely, harvest their new white non-shattering sesame crop at Deneliza Downs. Picture: Ben Harden
Andrew McDonald, AgriVentis Technologies, with Emerald grower Aaron Kiely, harvest their new white non-shattering sesame crop at Deneliza Downs. Picture: Ben Harden

Poor weather had an impact on the yields of new black and white non-shattering sesame varieties, which were showcased as an alternative summer crop rotation at the high-value crop field day at Emerald last Friday.

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Ben Harden

Ben Harden

Journalist

Queensland Country Life reporter based in Toowoomba. I over all things livestock and agriculture in central and southern Queensland. Got a story? Get in touch: 0437528907 or email ben.harden@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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