US grains futures markets surged at the end of last week.
Broadleaf weeds such as prickly lettuce and sowthistle are becoming increasing problems for lentil producers due to herbicide resistance.
Wasted cotton textiles will return to the ground where they were grown as part of an innovative waste reduction and soil health project.
A simple tweak to diets could markedly reduce the risk of heart disease and diabetes in Australia and save billions in health care.
Rainfall of up to 15mm through cropping regions in Victoria and SA will be critical in getting crop established.
The mouse plague is having impacts on hay quality but it could also see less fodder area go in this year due to potential in-crop concerns.
We have been in a weather market, but the chances of this manifesting itself to be able to move above the May high are not looking strong.