Turning agri waste into new industries

INCREASING the value of agriculture waste and turning it into new products will be the outcome of a $10.9million research consortium led by the University of Adelaide.

The consortium has been granted $4m over four years through the state government’s Research Consortia Program. The University of Adelaide is contributing $2.3m with the remaining support coming from a range of partners.

“Agriculture is already a key contributor to South Australia’s economy but its huge potential to generate high-value products and create new post-farm gate industries has not yet been realised,” consortium lead investigator Professor Vincent Bulone said.

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