Researchers at UQ are seeking landholders with practical knowledge and experience of coal seam gas development on their land to help identify successful co-existence strategies. School of Agriculture and Food Sciences Project Leader Ass Prof Jim Cavaye said the research would focus on extensive grazing, mixed farming and intensive dryland cropping in southern Queensland.
A University of Queensland (UQ) student project examining one of the greatest threats to worldwide banana production has received significant funding from a leading plant pathology society.
Applications for the 2015 Department of Agriculture Graduate Development Program are now open and will close on 14 May 2014
The UQ Advantage Grant scheme has been designed to promote student mobility and to encourage participation in a wide-range of co-curricular and related activities which enhance students' academic and career development.