A timely, new guide to establishing perennial pasture offers producers strategies to improve feed supply in response to positive sheep and cattle market signals.
Weed control demands particular approaches for species targeted. Some protocols exist, but none apply in all situations.
'Light soil farmer of the Century' is a big wrap, now the opportunity arises to hear how George Avendano has managed 28 years without what he considers a drought.
Walgett agricultural consultant and farmer Greg Rummery gets his back up when people label the Walgett area 'marginal'.
Blue heliotrope (Heliotropium amplexicaule) and rock fern (Cheilanthes spp.), two potentially poisonous weeds can come as a shock to unsuspecting new property owners.
Every season has its own risks, but careful strain selection and savvy planting early in the strain's window can pay big dividends - if you can get away with it.
New wheat and chickpea variety releases, Sunmax and PBA Seamer will feature at one of the state's premier field days coming up next Wednesday.
A project has surveyed 80 sites where subterranean clover has been the basis for improved pastures over a period of time.
How well a pulse crop grows and how much is harvested off the top of it has a lot to do with how much nitrogen is fixed in the soil for future crops.
An upcoming field day on Bob Freebairn's Coonabarabran property with guest speakers promises to be an education, and there's a feed on