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New online tool to boost canola crop nutrition

Western Australia canola growers can drive up the performance of their crops by using a new traffic light system to navigate nutrient management strategies.

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Citrus canker detected in NT

Citrus canker – a serious disease of citrus – has been detected in a retail nursery in the Northern Territory.

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Nat’l Rose Trial Garden People’s Choice winner

A large gold flowered, floribunda rose from Germany has been crowned the 2018 winner of the National Rose Trial Garden People’s Choice Weekend.

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One Billion Trees forum

NZPPI recently held its first One Billion Tree Native Plants Forum meeting in Wellington.

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Largest showing of Australian wine at ProWein

Australian wine took centre stage at ProWein 2018, the world’s biggest annual wine trade fair, with 75 wineries, 14 events and more than 500 wines showcased on the Wine Australia stand.

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SA to lead nation’s research fight against food waste

South Australia will be home to the headquarters of a new national research centre to tackle the growing problem of food waste.

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Apple research to crunch pest data in export push

Orchards in Manjimup and Pemberton are part of a new four-year research project aiming to boost exports of Western Australian apples to valuable northern Asian markets.

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Grains farm biosecurity standards recognised, rewarded

Agriculture Victoria has reported that its role in maintaining grain biosecurity standards has been nationally recognised.

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MPI moves to rid Papamoa waterway of pest weed

The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) is working with the Tauranga City Council and Bay of Plenty Regional Council to contain and eradicate an infestation of the aggressive aquatic weed Salvinia molesta (salvinia) in the Wairakei Stream in Papamoa.

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