In this week's The Gauge, Professor Ian Godwin points out that we need science more than ever for informed debates about agricultural production.
The fear of failing to meet chemical requirements acts as a barrier for growers to engage with expanding export market opportunities.
Current renewable energy systems have a limited life cycle and are not self-regenerating like cattle and grass, says View From the Paddock columnist Mark Davie.
The Gauge columnist Peter Mailler says there is plenty of evidence to support an argument for government assistance for agriculture.
Some would say there's an imperative to address the significant structural issues that have been consistently neglected pre-COVID, writes John Hewson.
A mean and petty streak has emerged in parts of Australia in the wake of the horror COVID-19 news in Melbourne - it needs to be stopped.
It can take months for rain to translate into money, and that doesn't cancel out the years of lost income.