TropAg2017: International Tropical Agriculture Conference

  • Researchers from the University of Queensland and James Cook University have teamed with beef producers to look at improving tick resistance in cattle.
  • Consumers will soon be eating gene-edited foods that have added nutrients, potatoes that do not turn brown, and mushrooms with a longer shelf life, scientists at The University of Queensland predict.
  • The first Sorghum outlook for the 2017/18 summer cropping season. At this early stage, current soil water conditions and seasonal rainfall outlook indicate a high chance of an above average yielding sorghum crop for the 2016/2017 summer growing season.

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