Drought is a problem in South Africa and it affects farmers. As a result, farmers and government are working together to develop strategies.
Spending more on border control hasn't stopped migrants from crossing the border. Neither will a wall. Here's why.
Working the land is a vital – and fruitful – career option.
Being a "locavore" means choosing food that is grown locally, and is one way that you can play a role in feeding more people in a rapidly changing world.
Every single Cavendish banana plant worldwide is genetically identical. This vast monoculture sets them up for disastrous disease outbreaks. But researchers have ideas on how to protect the crop.
A little-known fruit could provide an alternative to cocoa butter.
Mining will continue to be a dominant force in Western Australia's future but the health sector is the more likely to deliver jobs and growth than tourism or agriculture, new research shows.
Intelligent trade policies can help limit the threats, including food security, that come with an uneven distribution of water resources across the globe.
Since 2000, the growth of the commercial seed market has almost tripled. More than 63% of the world’s commercial seed is now owned by six corporations.
Unscrupulous employers who exploit migrant labour are posing a large threat to the continued contribution that immigrant workers make to the agricultural industry, a new report reveals.
It's been ten years since "land grabbing" hit the headlines. What has changed?
Young farmers are more open to outside investment and ownership of the family farm, than older farmers, new research shows.
Using well-adapted African cattle to improve the gene pool is more sustainable than quick fix crossbreeding or cow donations
The government's changes to the so called "backpacker tax" will mean these holidaying workers will have less super than other temporary workers in Australia, creating even more inequality.
There's been uneven progress, but African agriculture has shown remarkable improvement compared to 15 years ago
There's one important piece of the puzzle we're missing when it comes to antimicrobial resistance.
Feeding nine billion people by 2050 is possible – if we start applying some science.
Katter's Australian Party federal MP Bob Katter said 30% of the Northern Territory's farmland and 22% of Tasmania's farmland is foreign-owned. Is that true?
The factors limiting poultry production are similar to those affecting the rest of the agricultural systems.
Microbial-based solutions are perhaps the best-kept secret in agricultural innovation.