The Agro Blog
Stay up to date with all the latest news from Crop Consultants Australia.
Our role in stewardship
January 26, 2022
It is easy to get overwhelmed by the negative ‘noise’ that has plagued the cotton industry on some media platforms and political forums of late. Upon critical analysis by those […]
Agworld ownership change positive for CCA members
October 24, 2021
CCA members would be aware that Agworld has been a key strategic partner for over 10 years. Agworld provides farm information management systems which are widely used across many agricultural […]
Smart farming into the future
July 20, 2021
It’s not so long ago that the term ‘smart farming’ had a very different meaning. The ‘smart’ farmer was one who understood his farm, had a knack for reading the […]
Crop Consultants Australia pushing ahead with face-to-face events in 2021
April 23, 2021
A legacy of 2020 is that have all become quite comfortable with online meetings and catching up on missed recorded events in our own time. Technology has served us well […]
Build resilience not resistance
March 9, 2021
It is safe to say that 2020 was a challenging year for Australian agronomists on many fronts. If we put aside our immediate thoughts of the impact of the world-wide […]
Producing ‘Fine Cotton’
November 4, 2020
The are two big ‘Q’s of cotton production – the quantity and quality of the crop that contribute to the gross return. There are many factors over the duration of […]
Agronomy during COVID-19
September 1, 2020
Pubs closed, toilet paper an aspirational item, roadblocks on state borders, social gatherings limited to two people. COVID-19 has turned day-to-day life as we know it on its head – […]
Giving our industry due credit
May 19, 2020
Anyone working within, or on the fringes of the Australian Cotton industry over the past twelve or so months would be forgiven for feeling just a little battle weary.
Our inconvenient truth
February 25, 2020
There is a new threat out there in the paddock. It is not soil borne, transmitted by insects nor harboured in trash.
Verticillium Wilt – a VERY frustrating disease
December 7, 2019
A great frustration for agronomists and growers alike are the crop disorders which we’re powerless to control.