Items filtered by date: June 2020
RURAL Aid is encouraging people to help the organisation support the nation’s farmers.
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RECENT rain in South Australia, which has kept cereal leaves wet for extended periods, means foliar diseases such as septoria tritici blotch have the potential to affect wheat crops early this season.
UNCERTAINTY about the impacts of COVID-19 has taken the gloss off farmer confidence, but positive seasonal conditions and solid commodity prices in most sectors are keeping farmers’ spirits up.
GRAIN growers will have the opportunity to improve their knowledge of fungicide resistance in coming weeks via Australian Fungicide Resistance Extension Network webinars.
APPLICATIONS are open for members of the state government’s new Seafood Advisory Forum.
IT is wonderful to see so many local community groups starting to meet again as COVID-19 restrictions ease in South Australia.
THE YP Country Times returns to its series looking at the best of the best from the 2010s, as Nick Perry shares his favourite albums of the decade, having limited his selections to one album per artist, continuing with 15-11.
THANKS Wallaroo Community Development Association president Andy West for recognising Copper Coast Council’s work in progressing the road exchange with the state government for the upgrade of the Copper Coast Highway entrance into Wallaroo (YPCT 23-6-20). This is not an easy process, but we are persevering so this road can be upgraded as soon as possible.
THANK you Yorke Peninsula Country Times and in particular reporter Peter Argent, who wrote a comprehensive article (2-6-20) about the football career of our late dad Doug Olds, a proud Maitland boy.