AN INTERNATIONAL horticultural research company had found a new home at the University of Adelaide’s Waite campus in a move expected to help enhance research and innovation in SA’s food sector.
The relationship between the tissue-sucking Varroa mite and virulence of a virus of honey bees has most likely been misunderstood
REVENUE from the state’s food and wine industries have reached record levels, despite tough seasonal conditions
A FRUIT fly outbreak has been declared at Thevenard on the West Coast, just months after the completion of a successful eradication program in the region.
Random roadblocks will be set-up this long weekend to stop the illegal transport of fruit and vegetables into SA.
A PROJECT is aiming to find a new use for the thousands of tonnes of food produce that are wasted each year, starting in the Riverland.
A 14-MONTH international collaboration is helping SA winemakers to produce wine to meet the specific Chinese market.
Emily Rigby received a Nuffield Scholarship to investigate different methods of protected cropping for subtropical climates, and the potential for new or underutilised crop species.