A new blockchain platform has proven to be a game changer for one of Australia’s largest mango producers, providing real-time, secure information from tree to supermarket.
From community vegie gardens to vast vertical farms, city-based cropping ventures are proliferating as the coronavirus pandemic up-ends food supply chains and heightens food-security fears.
According to Australia-based Airofresh Intl, gas phase feeding is the way forward for growers serious about getting nutrients into crops.
World-leading metabolomics expert and head of the CRC’s Research Program 3, Professor Nicholson is one of just 10 Australians included on this year’s six-continent, 60-strong Power List.
Coffs council’s work with Southern Cross University investigating the impacts of intensive-horticulture wastewater on local waterways has been recognised in the NSW Government’s annual Excellence in the Environment Awards.
Capitalising on significant opportunities for economic development will require re-tooling the region’s supply chains to make them more collaborative, connected and high-tech, finds a CRC for Developing Northern Australia study.
To minimise costly food losses in the journey from farm to fork, it makes sense to invest in logistics software that spans the entire supply chain.
After a year marred by COVID-19-related disruptions, Australia’s iconic but struggling supplements brand is pivoting to a promising new market: pet-health products.
Following last month’s announcement rollout of hydrogen-storage-backed solar facilities across NSW, Providence Asset Group is set to erect a string of similar solar farms across southern Australia.
A new agreement between NAB and the state’s peak primary-producer body aims to boost farmers’ financial skills, empowering them to capitalise on better conditions.