The global pandemic will impact the agri sector for at least the next decade, water and labour shortages continue to worry farmers and the global population just continues to rise - so what is there to feel so optimistic about in Australasian agriculture?
Making the change to an easier-to-use seed treatment to combat rhizoctonia and reduce handling issues at seeding has paid off for Gerard and Mark Paganoni.
As we celebrate National Agriculture Day and all the good that Aussie farmers do, this is also an opportune time to underline the importance and vital role that the industry plays in the life of our country.
With overseas travel still a ways off, what better time than now to take in the wonder and grandeur of our own country.
Sponsored Content: Josh and Lilli Philp run more than 700 head at Riverbank, a 420-hectare dairy farm. In 2008, the Philps chose to use the GoldenCross program, a three-breed program that uses VikingHolstein, VikingRed and VikingJersey genetics. A decade on, the results speak for themselves.
Combination worm control has been widely accepted as a worm management tool for sheep producers for some time, but there has not been a combination product for lice control available - until now.
Telco Pennytel are hoping to do their part for all Australians this holiday season with a great offer of 50 per cent off the cost of their mobile plans, for three months.
One of the reasons the Syngenta Growth Awards have been well-regarded since its inception is that winners are selected by an independent judging panel made up of industry experts.
Amid improved agri conditions, a complicated global market and a pandemic, and in the face of a changing climate, there has never been a more important time to promote leadership in agriculture, says Syngenta managing director Paul Luxton.