Agricultural Science

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Building capacity of rural women

Wednesday 1 Jan 2003

Sunday 15 October is International Day of Rural Women and the Director of the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation, Professor Michael Friend has written an op-ed reflecting on the important role of women in agriculture and rural communities in Australia and overseas.

CSU students to represent Australia in meat judging

Wednesday 4 Oct 2017

Two CSU students have secured spots in a national meat judging team to represent Australia in the United States in 2018.

Accelerating better tasting beef

Thursday 28 Sep 2017

Before a steak hits your dinner plate it's aged to improve the flavour but new CSU and NSW DPI research is examining if the process can be done more efficiently.

Achieving gender balance in agriculture

Thursday 21 Sep 2017

In terms of gender balance in agricultural education the scales have tipped but more is needed to support women in the workforce, says CSU Emeritus Professor Jim Pratley.

More productive pastures for mixed farms

Tuesday 19 Sep 2017

Careful selection and management of pastures can set mixed farmers up to capitalise on strong livestock prices, according to Dr Jeff McCormick from CSU and the Graham Centre.

AgriTech incubator to boost business

Sunday 17 Sep 2017

Agricultural businesses across the Riverina are set for a major boost following today's launch of an AgriTech Incubator at CSU in Wagga Wagga.

CSU clean sweep at crop comp

Thursday 14 Sep 2017

CSU agricultural science students have claimed top honours at the Australian Universities Crops Competition.

$3m for crop and weed research at Wagga

Monday 11 Sep 2017

An investment of more than $3 million into grain research infrastructure at CSU will help boost research into crop productivity and weed science.

Six medals for CSU Boutique Winery

Sunday 13 Aug 2017

The CSU Boutique Winery is celebrating after its entire range won medals at the 2017 Australian and New Zealand Boutique Wine Show in Sydney.

Landmark agronomy textbook now free online

Tuesday 1 Aug 2017

While there was no shortage of big hair and shoulder-pads in the 1980s, there was a lack of text books about Australian cropping. CSU's Emeritus Professor Jim Pratley changed that.

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