With a focus on software and hardware systems, crop and produce management, integrated pest management, and fertigation systems, Western Sydney University joined forces with Hort Innovation and five industry partners to establish the Masterclass in Protected Cropping course last year.
The deadline to enter the 2021 NSW Landcare Awards, which recognise individuals and groups for their outstanding contributions to preserving the state's landscape, are closing soon with Landcare and Local Land Services encouraging all landholders, community groups and students to nominate.
Despite some having not run for two years after widespread ag show cancellations in 2020, there is excitement around them coming back with a bang in 2022.
Researchers have developed new technology which produces carbon nanotubes and clean liquid fuel from used plastic - a smart solution for upcycling plastic and agricultural waste simultaneously.
Exploration into the possible use of mobile polliniser units hopes to solve the challenges involved in using honey bees to cross-pollinate in undercover settings.
What began as a side income for a working mum with three kids has turned into the main bread winner while also creating career opportunities for the family.
Ross Pride had a significant find on his property near Mudgee, one that helped him find a name for it.
A two-year pilot program being run by Macquarie University scientists is looking at ways to develop an early warning system for hives which may be in danger.
Building a new house and expecting their first child in December, one could be forgiven for thinking things couldn't get much better for Xavier Prime and Kimberley Burridge. It did.