A team of researchers from The University of Western Australia has made a breakthrough that could assist the future development of crops to cope with production in salty soils worldwide.

The national grains industry stewardship program, now referred to as the National Grain Guide, has been released with the support of eight grain industry bodies across Australia.

The installation of new European cold-press facilities at Aus Oils' canola crushing plant in Kojonup is likely to double production from this year.

WA grain growers are offered a new way to have their voices heard on the production issues affecting their profitability.

Results from the first year of the Stop the Spot campaign have shown increased national monitoring of yellow spot is essential.

Almost a year after Albany couple Arjen and Yvonne Ryder lost their lives when Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down over Ukraine, a grains donation scheme in honour of Mr Ryder's contribution …

Members of the Grower Group Alliance have returned from a study tour of Victoria and South Australia with new ideas on how to improve productivity and sustainability.

A company founded by three mates from the Wheatbelt has snapped up one million tonnes a year in WA grain export capacity as part of its strengthening relationship with giant Japanese trading house …

Canola growers - especially those with early flowering crops - have been warned to be on guard for the fungal disease Sclerotinia stem rot.

The Grains Research and Development Corporation is in the midst of a large shake-up, with about 30 roles being made redundant while new positions are being established across the major …

CBH is planning to take a big bite of the burgeoning oats market in South-East Asia.

Grain growers will have access to more agronomic information on new and emerging wheat varieties as part of a new project developed by the Department of Agriculture and Food.

Prominent CBH director John Hassell says a sustainable farming operation is the key to agricultural viability in the future, and that is why he is gearing his farm towards self-sufficiency.

The Pastoralists and Graziers Association plans to host a series of crisis meetings throughout the Wheatbelt aimed at rallying support for the defence of genetically modified farming systems.

Strong and gusty winds across the northern agricultural area on Wednesday and Thursday caused damaging dust storms throughout the region in the lead-up to the weekend's frontal activity.

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