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Queensland Agriculture eNewsletter

Winter 2018

In this issue: Benefits of bioreactors to the Great Barrier Reef, Weathering the drought, It takes two to mango, World of Drones, Adapting cattle strategies to climate change, Getting more value out of your soil.

Autumn 2018

In this issue: Queensland’s multi-billion dollar agriculture and food sector now has a new 10-year research, development and extension action plan; And… that’s a wrap for Beef Australia 2018; Forestry staff salute the end of an era; New videos to improve pesticide use… and more!

Summer 2018

In this issue: Get ready for Beef Australia 2018, Registrations now open for 2018 Schools Plant Science Competition, Queensland AgTrends 2017-18, Bioreactors trialled to protect the Great Barrier Reef

Spring 2017

In this issue: Get ready now for the upcoming disaster season, Queensland Young Tall Poppy Scientist of the Year, VegMachine tool showcases Queensland cloud based technology, Juicy news for strawberry lovers

Winter 2017

In this issue: Have your say on the future of agriculture and food RD&E in Queensland, Queensland produce showcased in Taiwan, building a forest and timber industry workforce for the future - and more.

Summer 2016

In this issue: Preparation for upcoming disaster season is underway, Queensland-bred mango a success, winners announced at AgFutures conference and more.

Spring 2016

In this issue: Farm workplace health and safety in the spotlight, student tickets available for AgFutures Conference, NQ produce on show for Thai officials and more.

Winter 2016

In this issue: Minister launches new oat variety, AgFutures Conference information, pasture die back under investigation and more.

Autumn 2016

In this issue: Latest news on drought declarations, Queensland weed scientists seeking samples, a banana roadshow national tour, and more.

Summer 2016

In this issue: Solid future for Queensland sheep industry, the use of technology and social media in agricultural information, Forestry RD&E framework, information on the 2016 Hermitage Schools Plant Science Competition, and more.

Spring 2015

In this issue: Important information ahead of storm season, a look at a Queensland dairy farm, further information about drought assistance, how to stay connected, new funding opportunities for irrigators, innovative technology for cane farmers, and much more.

Autumn 2015

In this issue: In the wake of Beef Australia 2015, this edition of Agriculture News is celebrating all things beef. Find out about the new guide Feeding forages in the Fitzroy, beef information on social media, the Stocktake Plus app, new developments at Spyglass, plus much more.

Summer 2015

In this issue: protective cropping potential for specialty Queensland melons, Get Ready during storm season, feathertop Rhodes management manual a hit with CQ growers, M-academy awards  help celebrate the MacSmart project, AgTrends 2015-2015, and more.

Spring 2014 

In this issue: hoot-tastic predators for pest control, new seed quarantine facility opens in Toowoomba, big careers in beef industry, kids with ag-science bug reap rewards, new additions to WALI, success with the International Horticulture Congress, maps made easy for farmers, and more.

Winter 2014

In this issue: Queensland Agriculture Conference, DAF's Small-Tree High Productivity project, drought assistance for primary producers, International Horticulture Congress, reforms to leasing arrangements for rural leasehold land, new mungbean variety, new online tool for agricultural investors, and  more.

Autumn 2014

In this issue: Consultation on the draft Beef Industry Action Plan, natural disaster recovery, innovative dual herbicide sprayer, Leading Sheep offer for producers, competition giving school students the ag bug, Queen Garnet super plum and more.

Autumn 2013

In this issue: Farmers encouraged to keep a 'weather' eye out, Rural Womens Award winner announced, From little things big things grow, the Mary Valley open for business and more.

Spring 2012

In this issue: Home-grown power pole seeks partner, Leslie turns 50, Bovine Johne's risk to Queensland producers, Kalei's star role at EKKA, Wet season spelling field day, Best practice grazing benefits and Ca$hCow research aims to boost beef breeding outcomes.

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