The Australian Government will invest $86 million to establish eight Adoption and Innovation Hubs across regional Australia and will develop a Digital Foundations for Agriculture Strategy (the Digital Strategy).
Australia's envied biosecurity status hits even greater heights in October when the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency launches Golden Wattle seeds into orbit as part of an international space research mission.
Egg supply chain integrity is being enhanced through an Australian Government-backed project that supports farmers to adopt a consistent approach to traceability.
In August, the South Australian government made the decision to lift their state-wide GMO moratorium on organic crops.
The Australian Government is continuing to support drought-affected communities, with 30 projects sharing in more than $1.1 million in Federal funding.
The valuable work of Australian organic producers will once more be highlighted throughout September during Australian Organic Awareness Month (AOAM).
The search is on for the next round of biosecurity champions, with nominations now open for round two of the 2020 Australian Biosecurity Awards (ABAs).
The University of Tasmania has been awarded $455,000 to develop a new digital solution to help improve the traceability of exported Australian fruit.
Minister David Littleproud is urging state Premiers to inject themselves into serious cross border issues that unaddressed could impact the cost of living for regional Australians.