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Ukrainian wheat has the potential to displace Australian exports in key South-East Asian markets, according to analysis conducted by the Australian Export Grains Innovation Centre (AEGIC)... Professor Kingwell says Ukrainian wheat exports have already begun to enter Australia's key South-East Asian markets... Professor Kingwell says Ukraine is less able to reliably satisfy the wheat volume and wheat quality needs of end users in Asian markets when compared with Australia...
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Global agricultural commodity prices are likely to remain strong in the coming decade, with the price and profit outlook being the most promising in many years, delegates at the Agribusiness Crop Updates were told... "We expect there will be a dip in crop prices in the next couple of years, but that these prices will then level out at a historically high level," Mr Dwyer said... Other important factors impacting on global food and agricultural prices in the next decade included increased use of biotechnology leading to higher yields and reduced input costs; and an increase in the amount of land planted to crops, especially in South America and the former Soviet Union...
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Lisa Robins reports on research and publications supported by the Joint Venture Agroforestry Program (JVAP*) that are designed to help producers make decisions about agroforestry on their land... Carl Binning, author of Making Farm Forestry Pay and now Chief Executive of Greening Australia, acknowledges that "the income from trees for wood, stock shelter and crop protection may not balance the costs of farm forestry"... If you're interested in reading more, ask for Making Farm Forestry Pay - Markets for Ecosystem Services: A Scoping Study (RIRDC Publication No.02/005), or Emerging Markets for Environmental Services: Implications and Opportunities for Resource Management in Australia (RIRDC Publication No.011162)...
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Lisa Robins reports on research and publications supported by the Joint Venture Agroforestry Program (JVAP*) that are designed to help producers make decisions about agroforestry on their land... Carl Binning, author of Making Farm Forestry Pay and now Chief Executive of Greening Australia, acknowledges that "the income from trees for wood, stock shelter and crop protection may not balance the costs of farm forestry"... If you're interested in reading more, ask for Making Farm Forestry Pay - Markets for Ecosystem Services: A Scoping Study (RIRDC Publication No.02/005), or Emerging Markets for Environmental Services: Implications and Opportunities for Resource Management in Australia (RIRDC Publication No.011162)...
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The Farm Business Update on August 11 will provide a unique opportunity for growers and advisers to learn from and network with leading industry professionals... "The Farm Business Update in Launceston will feature a line-up of expert speakers who will provide advice on a number of issues that have an impact on the bottom line.".. The Farm Business Update at The Tramsheds will begin at 9.00am and will conclude at 5.00pm, with catering provided...
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The Farm Business Update on August 11 will provide a unique opportunity for growers and advisers to learn from and network with leading industry professionals... "The Farm Business Update in Launceston will feature a line-up of expert speakers who will provide advice on a number of issues that have an impact on the bottom line.".. The Farm Business Update at The Tramsheds will begin at 9.00am and will conclude at 5.00pm, with catering provided...
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This is supported by recent figures from the International Grains Council, which has calculated global trade will need to increase at a rate of two per cent a year (production permitting) to cater for increasing demand from both established and emerging markets in the Middle East, Asia and Africa... Ms Watkins says the critical issue for Australia is that production in countries such as Ukraine and Kazakhstan can be increased by opening up new farmland... Ms Watkins says the global outlook means the much-touted opportunities for Australian grain are real, but they hinge on science and innovation that increase production on the growers' side of the farmgate, and on her side help to drive an increasingly efficient and competitive supply chain...
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