Agricultural Science

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Promoting biosecurity awareness among small landholders

Sunday 4 Jun 2017

They may have a couple of cows or a few goats but research through the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation is focused on small landholder livestock producers, biosecurity and animal health surveillance.

CSU students named merino champions

Wednesday 31 May 2017

CSU students have again showed their prowess in the National Merino Challenge by being named Champion Team in the competition in Melbourne.

Smarter computing for smarter agriculture

Tuesday 30 May 2017

A CSU research team is examining how 'smart agriculture' can help Australian farmers take advantage of growing global food markets.

Improving pulse production in Pakistan

Thursday 18 May 2017

Researchers from CSU are leading a $2.3 million project to assist small landholders in Pakistan to enhance pulse production.

National scholarship takes CSU student to USA

Tuesday 16 May 2017

A CSU student has set his sights on an international work placement to learn more about dairy production medicine after winning a national scholarship.

New free-range egg labelling law a missed opportunity

Monday 15 May 2017
A new labelling rule aimed at giving Australian consumers information about free-range eggs may not be all it's cracked up to be, according to a CSU academic.

International prize for CSU research student

Thursday 11 May 2017

Research into canola processing and the effect on bioactive components in the oil has earned a CSU PhD student international recognition.

Targeting weed seed bank at harvest

Sunday 7 May 2017

The potential to target and destroy weed seeds when harvesting irrigated crops like rice, will be outlined by Graham Centre researcher Dr John Broster at an international symposium next week.

Looking for tapeworm in Alaska

Thursday 27 Apr 2017

The snow covered landscape of Alaska is a world away from the Australian bush but that's where CSU researcher Dr David Jenkins is sharing his expertise in parasites in wildlife.

CSU students secure prestigious rural scholarships

Tuesday 11 Apr 2017

CSU animal science student Ms Rachel Gawne is the joint recipient of a major sheep industry scholarship - the 2017 Peter Westblade Scholarship that promotes the practical skills associated with the sheep and wool industry.

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