This article will give you a clear understanding of how El Niño and La Niña (ENSO) influence our climate as well as how they affect our Australian Farmers.
This article will give you a clear understanding of how the SAM affects Australian Farmers and the weather patterns that are associated the its interaction with other climate drivers.
This article will give you a clear understanding of how the IOD affects Australian Farmers and the weather patterns that are associated the its interaction with other climate drivers.
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Heat stress on canola crops is a serious risk for Australian farmers. Canola is an important crop for Australian Farmers and on average growers produce 3 million metric tons annually. Domestic growers supply more than 2.5–3 mmt, or between 15–20 percent of the world’s trade reaching out to Europe, China, Pakistan, Japan, and other international […]
As wheat production costs skyrocket, the weather needs to behave more than ever! Sowing for the winter crop is nearly complete. Even though the crop is waiting to emerge, a quick snapshot on current macro events suggest that the hard work is all just about to begin. Given high input prices, the weather needs to behave […]
The late Autumn break for many growers means that in some areas we have an increased chance of frost occurring. Extreme temperatures are estimated to cost the broadacre industry $1.1billion annually, this potentially could be bumped this year given current favourable conditions and late flowering. Here is how farmers are mitigating their Frost risk with Weather Certificates.
It is often said that cropping in August and September are the money months for the Australian Broadacre Farming Season. Here is why you need to insure these Money Months.
Farming is the only business, that we are aware of, where producers buy inputs at retail prices and sell their output at wholesale prices. It’s no wonder that we continue to witness diminishing returns from an industry that is so vital to our existence…
Decile 1 rain in April, low subsoil moisture, and neutral climate indicators could mean trouble for Australia’s Central Wheatbelt farmers if the Autumn break is not substantial.