Steve Kinnersly, who farms ‘Boovando’ at Tourello, harvested an impressive crop of Hyola 970CL in late December.
Natimuk farmer Brian Klowss said that the dual-purpose crop has been extremely valuable to his operations.
In an uncertain season, a few good decisions along the way helped Bundella grower Andrew Campbell harvest a top wheat crop.
A dual-purpose canola crop helped southwest Victorian farmer Tom Wilson get returns of more than $3600 per hectare in his very first season.
This year’s RASQ Queensland Country Life Grains Outlook crop competition saw growers of Pacific Seeds varieties winning all of the sorghum awards.
The new technology known as Hyola CT, is available nationwide in the form of the first variety, mid-season hybrid Hyola 580CT.
The prestigious Mark Donaldson Memorial Shield for 2018 has been awarded to the Gregg family of Kolora, 35km east of Dysart, QLD.
If something is working well, leave it alone. That is the Ballinger family’s approach to their sorghum at Delungra.
Encouraged by the continued growth of the Australian agricultural industry, Pacific Seeds has invested $700,000 in a new seed treatment plant.
A closed-loop farming system whereby pig manure is used to grow corn that is fed back to pigs is paying off for a pork producer at Deniliquin.