New grain crops pass acid test

NEW research is offering hope to grain growers who have been limited in their ability to successfully grow pulse crops on acidic soils in the southern […]

Report points to saleyards concern

ALTHOUGH the future of the Millicent Saleyards has been in question for some time now, a report released by Wattle Range Council recently has highlighted just […]

Chemical waste disposal cut-off looms

TIME is running out for South Australians to register their unwanted chemicals with ChemClear. Waste holders keen to clear their properties of agricultural and veterinary chemicals […]

Minister orders action

THE voices of landholders and councils have been listened to with changes once again made to the South East Natural Resources Management Board weed spraying services. […]

NRM cops spray

THE South East Natural Resources Management Board has come under fire for scrapping its weed spraying services across the region, which has triggered an angry backlash […]

Hailstorm heroes

SOUTH Australians are being urged to support local growers by overlooking small hail marks and enjoying apples and pears following a devastating hailstorm hitting the region […]

Fire relief

THE generosity of the South East community has again shone through with farmers rallying together to support those affected by the Victorian bush fires. With fire […]

Vintage begins

THE Coonawarra 2018 vintage is well under way with activity stepping up with extra staff employed at vineyards and wineries to produce the region’s renowned wines. […]