Farmers in Queensland and northern NSW are being warned they may need to bait to stop mouse damage in both summer and winter crops.
Wheat is the latest commodity to be hit by souring Sino-Australian relations, with Aussie shipments to be more closely inspected in China.
Welcome rain has soaked the Grampians regions right as reserves were beginning to get depleted, setting up hopes of a ripper spring.
Western Victoria and SE South Australia were the headline acts in terms of weekend rain, but it may be western NSW's turn this week.
Uncertainty clouds the global corn picture as grain analysts digest latest supply and demand estimates.
Bean yellow mosaic virus, normally a not particularly problematic virus, is causing farmers to plough in paddocks of fabas this year.
One group had no work, one group had no workers, so linking agriculture and aviation workers makes perfect sense.
Queensland croppers are anxious to get Victorian contractors permits to enter the state, concerned at a lack of harvest capacity otherwise.
GrainCorp will do away with a number of long-standing practices at harvest this year, moving to a more contact-free set up at its sites.