Agriculture Today October 2005
Agriculture Today (often referred to as 'Ag Today') is a NSW Department of Primary Industries newspaper. It carries news and features on research, advisory and management issues in agriculture and natural resources in NSW. It also contains information on services, courses, upcoming events, and products.
Eleven issues of Agriculture Today are produced each year. Each issue is available, as an insert, in The Land newspaper on the last Thursday of each month (except January).
October's main stories
|Periurban ag – big contributor|
|Multi purpose soybeans|
|Oysters get clean flush|
|E-sheep: dog’s life no more?|
|Sensory volunteers oil panel|
|New spray for mulesing relief|
|Heliothis hitch on westerlies|
|Survey backs oat breeding program|
|Control powdery mildew in grapes|
|Harvest time parthenium risk|
Natural resources management
|Backswamps fatten cattle, fish, birds|
|Carbon correction could boost commercial forests|
|Overview of bees, logging|
|Get paid for improving pasture|
|More farms get fish friendly|
|Mangrove area rehabilitated|
This is a small selection of stories from the October edition of Agriculture Today.
Click here to view previous editions of Agriculture Today.
A feature in the November edition, to publish in The Land on October 27, will cover farm safety.
|Environmental Agriculture - Rebecca Lines-Kelly
Diamond futures riveting
|Agriculture on the Move - Ian Macdonald
NLIS demand encouraging
|Beef cuts - Brian Cumming
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