Australia will need to up its investment into farming infrastructure if it's to remove competitive on the global horticulture scene.
The sale of a diseased banana property in North Queensland will go ahead after a suspected case on another property was dismissed.
The Sydney Markets will launch its Summer Fruit Festival this week in the hopes of raising money for charity and highlighting healthy lifestyles.
Farm robot Agbot II is estimated to be able to reduce the cost of weeding crops by about 90 per cent.
The brains behind the influential Stay At Home Mum website tells onion growers to get on board with social media.
Griffith University and AgNova Technologies have teamed up to release a world-first non-toxic fruit fly trap.
The Fair Work Ombudsman says hundreds of workers picking mushrooms have been allegedly short-changed almost $650,000.
The federal Labor party has referred the revised backpacker tax legislation to a Senate economics committee before making a decision on it.
Participants in this year's Growing Leaders - National Vegetable Industry Leadership Program will graduate in Canberra this week, but not before holding the ears of some policy makers.
There has been a changing of the guard at APAL with John Dollisson stepping down from the CEO role and board member Philip Turnbull replacing him.