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Frost and a dry September combine to slash WA grain yield

A dry September and severe frost events in late August and mid-September have slashed crop production estimates in WA's grainbelt ahead of harvest, which is due to begin this month. The Grain Industry ... read more

Frost bites Victorian and New South Wales farms

Grain producer, Tony Flannery is philosophical, despite losing more than half of his wheat and canola crops due to frost damage ... September and October has also affected crops. "There's severe moist... read more

Booze up your baking to get extra flavor

“The best stew I ever had someone made with Scotch,” says Patricia Helding, founder of New York’s Fat Witch Bakery, who likes to frost brownies for New Year ... In a medium bowl, combine the rum and t... read more

Mixed weather bag ahead: Flood watch; plowable snow Up North by Thursday

Susie Martin, Meteorologist, Praedictix. Photo credit: "Port Arthur, Texas, on September 28, 2017, in the wake of the destruction of Hurricane Harvey." David Goldman/AP. Photo credit: "Corn crops in s... read more

March planting, August harvest

Ralph Hein and his sons R.J. and Bryan were fairly giddy early Monday morning when they drove the combine and grain cart just east down State Spur ... seeing the 8-row John Deere combine slashing thro... read more

Fair favorites: The prize-winning recipes of 2010

Fill and frost cake with ... on food dehydrator shelf. Dry at 135 degrees until no longer sticky to touch (at least 6 hours). Cut into pieces and store in air-tight container. Golden Raisin Challah by ... read more

Colfax-based Joseph’s Grainery now selling Palouse-grown grains, lentils across region

Like most Palouse wheat farmers, the Myers had always sold the entire harvest from their 3,200-acre operation to a commercial buyer – the grain trucked ... Soften the active dry yeast in 1/4 cup warm ... read more

Effects of the changing climate in south western Australia

Local and global effects have combined to produce a marked change in the climate of south western Australia. Europeans began altering the landscape following settlement of the region in 1829. Vast are... read more

More on diminishing australian crop

50 per cent of his original yield potential. John Carey, who farms nearby, has his sights set on the financial compensation hay could bring. Mr Carey lost 25 per cent of his grain crop to frost, and h... read more

Impact of human activities and livestock on the African environment: an attempt to partition the pressure

Their productivity is almost entirely determined by rainfall (Box 1). Perennial grasses dominate in East Africa at lower rainfall (up to 400 mm) because it is bimodal but in dry years the proportion o... read more

Mallee Farmer Brenton Pudney says more warm weather will affect yield and quality in his grain

"There were a few neighbours that cut hay probably ... any more hot, dry, windy weather will start affecting yield and quality. "The grain might start pinching up and that sort of thing... but hopeful... read more

Cold, wet conditions slow harvest, livestock culling begins

Dugouts have about 20 per cent of the water capacity with some dugouts dry. Some producers are hoping to cut second cut grass that was ... Sunflowers are coming off, no yield reports yet. Grain corn i... read more
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