The old adage a small crop keeps getting smaller is ringing true. Find out what forecasters now think Australia will produce this season.
BASIS levels in the Brisbane and Newcastle port zones remain at $100 a tonne or more above international futures in spite of recent rain.
OCTOBER rain has injected optimism into the northern cropping zone, with analysts suggesting a sorghum crop of up to 2mt is possible.
The period between northern and southern hemisphere harvests can be a flat-spot for market moving news; this year being no exception.
With the increase in dryland cotton hectarages across the country, growers are urged to manage climatic risk as best as they can.
Having been the Australian Olive Association CEO since March, Greg Seymour has eyes on future development for the organisation and industry.