Advertiser content: Indigo Wheat's microbal inoculant is set to change the face of cropping in more marginal regions.
Don't want any further bad news about the 2018 cropping season? Look away now, the odds of an El Nino are firming.
The wheat market rallied early last week, moving sharply higher after extremely cold weather hit the US winter wheat belt.
From a rainfall perspective, autumn across southern NSW has been scratchier than a cricket ball left in the care of Cameron Bancroft.
In general terms the USDA Report appeared to be neutral for wheat with US supplies (stocks plus production) increasing a little, and global supplies falling a little.
Global ending stock estimates for 2018/19 for corn, soybeans and wheat all came in lower than market expectations, but the same numbers for the US were all above what market watchers were expecting
As always, there are still more questions than answers when facing the full stretch of a new crop campaign.
Sorghum at $400/t or cotton at four year highs? It could be a tough, but pleasant choice facing Aussie summer croppers come planting time.
The National Wine and Grape Industry Centre (NWGIC) in Wagga Wagga is set to play a key role in a research centre to build the sustainability and competitive edge of the Australian wine industry.