Agricultural Science

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40 years of wine science education

Wednesday 25 Nov 2015

Raise a glass and toast CSU celebrating 40 years of educating professionals for the wine industry.

Research for small farmers in Pakistan

Thursday 19 Nov 2015

A CSU student has set his sights on filling an annual forage production gap for smallholder Pakistani farmers by equipping them to successfully grow improved seed for quality forage production.

The big picture of small insects

Friday 13 Nov 2015

CSU ecologist Dr Manu Saunders is finding out how the small things, wild pollinators, can affect the big picture of agricultural ecosystems.

Top Chinese award for CSU scientist

Wednesday 28 Oct 2015

An Australian scientist has received China's top award for foreign experts for his work to help lift herders out of poverty through sustainable farming.

From conception to the show ring

Friday 16 Oct 2015
CSU equine science students have played a key role in breeding and training five Australian Stockhorses, culminating in success in the show ring.

New alliance targets future of mixed farming

Friday 9 Oct 2015

CSU has signed a new formal agreement with four mixed farming systems groups to develop a strong future for farmers and farm businesses in central and southern NSW and northern Victoria.

CSU to establish AgriSciences Research and Business Park

Thursday 1 Oct 2015

Charles Sturt University (CSU) has announced its intention to establish an AgriSciences Research and Business Park in Wagga Wagga.

Low-alcohol wine that tastes good

Tuesday 29 Sep 2015

Wine that's low in alcohol but big in flavour - that's what people want according to research by CSU consumer sensory scientist Professor Anthony Saliba.

CSU top of the crop

Tuesday 22 Sep 2015

When it comes to putting their knowledge of grain production and marketing into practice, CSU agriculture students have shown they're the cream of the crop.

Dipping a toe in conservation farming

Friday 18 Sep 2015

CSU research has found a number of reasons why farmers prefer to dip a toe into the water of conservation farming rather than dive right in.

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