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Soil health delivering a wealth of benefits to veg growers
A healthy crop needs healthy soil, and with an extensive range of research and development already undertaken into soil health practices, the vegetable industry has turned its sights on translating re...
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Central Victorian farmers to learn from dairy pastures Central Victorian producers will learn how a dairy farmer successfully grows feed in an area dominated by sheep and beef operations at an upcoming Grassland Society event....
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Research fine-tunes canola disease guidelines Western Australian trials are fine-tuning management practices to enable canola growers to best manage costly diseases such as blackleg and sclerotinia....
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Good opportunity for crop grazing, says consultant There is an ideal opportunity this year for Western Australian grain growers to successfully graze early sown grain crops with sheep, according to a local consultant....
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Good fencing sells farms Quality fencing is one of the key features of a rural property when it comes to market valuation and can often reduce “days on market” and eventual sale price of rural properties....
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Leader for Queensland agricultural training colleges Queensland Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries Leanne Donaldson has announced the appointment of Mark Tobin as the new chief executive of Queensland Agricultural Training Colleges...
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U.N. experts find herbicide glyphosate unlikely to cause cancer Glyphosate, a herbicide widely used in agriculture and by gardeners, is unlikely to cause cancer in people, according to a new safety review by United Nations health, agriculture and food experts....
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Reduce the stigma of rural suicide – become a Community Champion Rural suicide has a ripple effect that spreads through rural communities - from victims to families, friends, workmates and neighbours....
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Latest Products

Series 20 - Pasture Harrow

For larger field operations over 100 acres (40 hectares), where greater strength and durability are needed in a pasture harrow, the Murray Series 20 Pasture Harrow System performs above the rest....


Series 06 Spring Tine

The Series 06 is a medium duty Spring Tine Harrow System popular with farmers for levelling operations in conjunction with primary and secondary tillage implements. ...


Series 08 Stump Jump

If your ground is uneven, roughly cleared or contains light stony areas then the flexible Murray series 08 Stump Jump Harrow is the secondary tillage implement to consider. ...


Award proves research is cream of the crop

Degradable plastic film that is less than the width of a human hair is helping to regenerate native trees and establish high-value crops....


Honda Heritage rolls off the Australian production line

Assembly of the all new Honda Heritage is now underway at Honda’s Manufacturing Australia (HMA) facility in Melbourne, Victoria; with the first unit rolling off the Somerton Assembly line on the 7th o...


Honda Heritage

Honda is excited to announce the release of the Honda Heritage; a brand new, old classic....




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