This year's below average winter rainfall in eastern Australia is part of a drying pattern over winter over the past 20 years.
While the north is still in drought, the good potential in other areas mean livestock industries will be able to source sufficient grain.
The drought and below average national wheat production is meaning other destinations are filling the gaps supplying wheat to SE Asia.
A project improving the nutritional profile of staple crops such as rice, maize and cassava is kicking goals.
The next Weed Smart event will be held in Horsham, where people can learn more about the six tactics to stop problem weeds.
A Rabobank analyst believes Australia cotton prices will fall in the second half of the year on the back of sluggish global demand.
A NORTHERN NSW cotton producer has been found guilty of illegally extracting water out of the Barwon River.
The spread of Varroa mites has brought much higher levels of Deformed Wing Virus to honeybee colonies