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Queensland Weather Foreshadows Rain; A Dicey Balance for Farmers

Some farmers in the Lockyer Valley in south-east Queensland are concerned about the prospect for further rain later this week since their farms have...

Vegetable Prices to Increase after Sydney Floods

The most recent, catastrophic floods in NSW bring additional negative news for the cost of green vegetables. The top farming organisation in the state...

Australian Biosecurity Levels Up in Fear of Foot and Mouth Disease

Following the discovery of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) in cows in Bali, the federal government is stepping up biosecurity procedures at the border. According to...

Demand for Citrus Slowly Picking Up

A prominent citrous grower in Queensland acknowledges that the weather has made things difficult this season, but that the demand has improved after a...

Have Fruits and Vegetables Dropped in Price?

While dramatic price rises for common kitchen ingredients like lettuce, cucumbers, capsicum, snow peas, and berries have been widely reported in the media, consumers...

Roads to Hands-Free Farming: The New Trend?

It's crucial to be informed about what's going on in each lane of the road to hands-free farming since there are many of them....

Varroa Mites Could Hinder Almond Crops

Although almond producers express concern that limits on bee movements could jeopardise millions of dollars' worth of fruit, authorities remain optimistic about eliminating the...

Victoria Restricts Bee Movement into Sunraysia

As the outbreak in New South Wales spreads further, authorities have limited the flow of bees and hives into Victoria's Sunraysia region. Although none...

Victorian Crops Wiped Out Due to the Rain

As more Queensland crops are destroyed by unseasonal rain, things could soon get much worse on store shelves. Fresh produce prices, including those of...

Volume of Bravo Apples Increase by 30%

Australia started harvesting Bravo apples in April, and packing didn't start until May. The harvest is now finished for the 2022 season. Bravo apples...