30 Jul 2012 | Filed under genetic insights
A video targeted at children does a great job at outlining the concept of genetic translocation and how it worked for the mountain pygmy possum. The video was compiled by ABC's "behind the news", 1 May 2012 - press play below.
18 Jul 2012 | Filed under wildlife ecology
Like many areas in southeastern Australia, the Wimmera region was severely affected by the prolonged drought conditions. The length and severity of the drought significantly impacted aquatic ecosystems and consequently the distribution and abundance of platypuses.
16 Jul 2012 | Filed under sustainable agriculture
cesar was an exhibitor at the recent BCG Grains Expo at Birchip, Vic. With many farmers and agricultural industry people present, the day provided an ideal opportunity to demonstrate what the pestIQ website and relating services are all about and how they can lead to better pest management decisions.
02 Jul 2012 | Filed under sustainable agriculture
Mites are one of the most important pest groups attacking grain crops in Australia. However, the most important mite species are relatively similar in appearance and can co-exist in the same area. This creates difficulty in identification, which leads to ineffective control strategies.
01 Jun 2012 | Filed under sustainable agriculture
The recently released online pestIQ is starting to find its way into the "tool kit" of farmers and agronomists who want to make the best possible insect pest management decisions. If you haven't already trialed it now is your opportunity to see it in action, ask questions, have a go, and see...