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Students considering a career in agricultural science are set for a lifetime of reward, according to one of the state’s most accomplished cattle researchers.
Researchers from the NSW Department of Primary Industries (NSWDPI) are working with scientists from some of Australia’s leading universities in a bid to forecast the potential for disease outbreaks in high value oyster farms.
An innovative image analysis system developed by NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) scientists has given the rice industry an accurate and time-saving procedure to identify grain suitable for sushi and popular puffed rice products, including breakfast cereals.
Rigorous and industry-aligned scientific research is critical to ensuring the state’s primary producers meet the challenges of increasing competition and environmental uncertainty, according to NSW DPI Chief Scientist Phil Wright.
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