As drought grips South Eastern Australia it’s timely to consider CSU research showing withholding irrigation at particular stages of olive growth can save water without reducing oil content and quality.
A new agreement between CSU and seven farming systems groups will foster research, development and extension opportunities to benefit farmers, businesses and agricultural students.
An international scientific collaboration led by CSU has found flowers around rice crops can have a dramatic impact on pest control.
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 wetland ecologist, Professor Max Finlayson, will outline his vision for restoring and managing water systems to regional business leaders from across the country.
A specialist in livestock production has been named as the new Director of the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation, a research alliance between CSU and the NSW DPI.
Getting communities involved is crucial to the success of the Murray Darling Basin Plan. That's the message CSU wetlands expert, Professor Max Finlayson, will deliver at the Australian Regional Development Conference.
A CSU wetlands expert believes irrigators, environmentalists and water resource managers should concentrate on what is known about using fresh water and water requirements, rather than rhetoric and political posturing.
Due to the current fire emergencies in many areas of Australia's eastern states, Charles Sturt University (CSU) is ensuring that affected students and their families receive the University's sympathy and support.
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