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October 2019

AACS 2019 Annual General Meeting

October 30, 2019 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am

The AACS 2019 Annual General Meeting will be held during our research conference on Wednesday 30th October starting 8am at UNE Armidale. The Agenda for this meeting will be President's Report Treasurer’s Report ICRA update Elections for President and Executive Committee Positions Presentations of proposed venues for the next conference General Business Arising If you have any items for consideration at the AGM can you please forward these to Linda Smith prior to 15 October 2019. Nominations for the management committee…

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December 2019

ICAC’s 78th Plenary Meeting, Brisbane

December 2, 2019 - December 5, 2019

You are invited to attend the 78th International Cotton Advisory Committee (ICAC) Plenary meeting taking place in Brisbane in December. Join ICAC Members from up to 30 countries in Brisbane, Australia, to meet with Australian cotton growers, ginners, shippers, marketers, analysts, policy makers, textile manufacturers, agricultural suppliers, and investment bankers. The conference (2-5 December) will be followed by an optional technical tour (6-7 December). For more information visit https://icacaustralia2019.com/ This event is brought to you by the Australian Government Department…

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February 2020

International Conference on the Regulation of Agvet Chemicals and Technologies

February 16, 2020 - February 20, 2020
UNE Australia + Google Map

The conference explores current and emerging challenges and opportunities associated with the regulation of Agvet Chemicals and Technologies under the following themes: Emerging Agvet Science and Technology, and Regulation of Innovation Risks Safe and effective access to chemicals and biologicals Post-market stewardship and surveillance Education, training, communication and perception An International Regulatory Science Forum will be held on the final day of the conference. The forum will focus on Building Global Capability and Capacity.  The aim is stimulate discussion and…

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March 2020

AgTech Summit

March 17, 2020 - March 18, 2020

The summit examines key issues facing the sector and the growing demand for technological advancement in agriculture, including: Future of farming Agri regulation and compliance AI in farming Robotics and IoT technology Supply chain and export opportunities Vertical and precisions farming Funding start ups To farm and on farm connectivity Global challenges and opportunities Energy cost and reliability Innovation in the US/Europe Eliminating wastage Supporting Australia’s agri ambition 17-18 March 2020 in Sydney

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June 2020

IYPH photo competition – Healthy and unhealthy plants

June 15, 2020

FAO estimates that up to 40% of food crops are lost to plant pests and diseases annually. This leaves millions of people without enough food to eat and seriously damages agriculture. Photos can be submitted to the following categories: Unhealthy plants: photographs of pests attacking plants in your area, or to show us the damage being caused. Pests are defined as any species, strain or type of plant, animal or pathogen that damage plants or plant products. They include insects,…

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October 2020

EOI applications for CRDC close

October 14, 2020 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Researchers are invited to respond to the CRDC's 2021-22 Expressions of Interest (EOIs) via the five step procurement process. FRPs will be accepted until 5pm, Wednesday 14 October 2020. CRDC encourages all researchers to read our Strategic RD&E Plan 2018-23 and Researchers' Handbook before applying. More information is available at https://www.crdc.com.au/for-researchers/applying-for-funding Please note: due to the drought conditions impacting the industry over the past few seasons and the on-going low levels of irrigation water allocation, the 2021-22 year is not…

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ICA- Vision 2020 (virtual trade event)

October 28, 2020 - October 29, 2020

Introducing the ICA’s first virtual event – Vision 2020. Taking place online on 28 & 29 October the event will feature sessions from a variety of industry leaders with plenty of opportunity to network and engage online. This event is not to be missed. Registration is FREE and is open now. For more information, visit the International Cotton Association website.  

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February 2022

Australasian Plant Breeding Conference

February 13 - February 16

The 16th Australasian Plant Breeding Conference (APBC) will be held at QT Hotel, 7 Staghorn Ave, Surfers Paradise, Queensland, Australia.  DELAYED UNTIL FEBRUARY 2022 The theme “Towards 2050” has been chosen to capture the long-term nature of plant breeding, and the essential role the discipline will play in delivering food and prosperity to the predicted world population of 9 billion by this date, in the face of decreasing available production area, climate change and demand for new products. Our vision…

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May 2022

Plant Biosecurity Research Symposium

May 11 - May 12

The two-day symposium, sponsored by the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment, will include a program of plant biosecurity research supported by the PBRI member organisations and delivered by a large range of research teams in Australia. Presentations from industry members, PBRI partner organisations and members of the Biosecurity Extension Community will also be included. The Symposium will be a live event, following COVID – safe guidelines, held at the National Wine Centre in Adelaide 11 and 12 May…

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Threads + Opportunities symposium

May 23 - May 26

Humans depend on fibre – for clothing, and more. Sustainable fibres and textiles are a global priority for closing the loop on resource-flow and energy use. This is also a priority due to the impacts on the health and livelihoods of millions of people globally, and the lands and waters they depend on. In Australia there is now a growing shift towards more circular systems across several sectors and value chains. Science and technology are central to this change, with…

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