Items filtered by date: July 2020
APPLICATIONS for the 2021 Nuffield Scholarship program are now open, giving primary producers the chance to make positive change in their own businesses, communities and the broader agriculture sector.
RESEARCH investigating weed management strategies for no-till and mixed farming systems has identified some novel and effective tactics.
NEGLECTING to prioritise wellbeing is just as hazardous as many on-farm risks, according to Rural Aid CEO John Warlters.
GRAIN growers are being warned about the potential injury to young cereal crops should they consider applying 2,4-D as a direct replacement for MCPA phenoxy herbicides.
THE approval of Rex Minerals’s Program for Environmental Protection and Rehabilitation came as a real surprise.
THE YP Country Times returns to its series looking at the best of the best from the 2010s, as Rhiannon Koch shares her favourite albums of the decade, having limited her selections to one album per artist, starting with 20-16.
I HAD hoped Fraser Ellis would break the mould of the stereotypical politician. Alas my hopes have been dashed.
I READ Preparing for park works (YPCT 21-7-20) about Moonta’s Queen Square with worry.
IT would be nice if the YP Country Times could hold its local member to account.