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Conflict, COVID-19, climate change and growing inequalities are converging to undermine food security worldwide says the UN's Sustainable Development Goals Report 2022.
The Bureau of Meteorology annual data has confirmed that 2022 was markedly wetter than average for much of Australia. It also found the year was warmer than average, although cooler than recent years.
The Yield is helping to simplify the lives of vegetable growers while growing profits — all from their computers and smart phones.
The Yield works with New Zealand’s largest integrated grower, packer and exporter of apples, exporting 25% of the NZ apple crop around the world.
The NFF has outlined a roadmap to grow the value of Australia’s agriculture, fisheries and forestry sector to $100 billion by 2030.
Despite challenging growing & market conditions last year, the horticultural industry value grew by to reach a total value of $15.1 billion.
Read how The Yield helped an edible nuts customer to increase revenue $560 - $800 per hectare.
Do you have an idea that addresses social and environmental challenges?
On board & bound for Armidale, a delegation from The Yield will join a host of brilliant minds who aim to create value for the future of agriculture.
We take a look at the Australian federal budget for 2018-2019, and the implications it has for the agriculture industry.
With BOM having released its 2017 climate statement, we break down weather trends and events state by state.
Have you downloaded our free growers' app yet? Find out more about what growers are saying about the only free app that provides 7-day forecasts for ETo, water balance & more!