NWGIC research funded by Wine Australia aims to determine thresholds for bunch rot contamination.
Research through the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation is providing information for livestock producers to make the most of grazing beef cattle on canola crops.
Macadamia trees are under siege from a native parasite, the mistletoe, and a CSU expert in mistletoes was asked to provide advice on its control in commercial orchards.
A Charles Sturt University (CSU) expert aims to raise awareness of the risk to human health from parasites in seafood and call for better diagnostic testing, at an international conference of pathologists this weekend.
CSU's Odyssey Program is providing peer support to vet students to address the unique attributes of the profession.
After successive dry seasons, deciding which pastures to remove or retain in the crop rotation will be important for many farmers according to Dr Jeff McCormick from the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation at CSU.
As inland Australia braces for more hot weather, a researcher from the National Wine and Grape Industry Centre (NWGIC) is studying the impact of heat waves on the physiology and composition of Shiraz grapes.
High temperatures, harsh light and ultraviolet radiation can lead to a nasty case of sunburn – not just for people but for winegrapes – and Charles Sturt University (CSU) is investigating how to reduce the damage and financial losses.
An award-winning new book profiles the people, history and technology that have shaped the Hunter Valley wine region in NSW.
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