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CropLife Australia
CropLife Australia is the peak industry organisation representing the agricultural chemical & biotechnology (plant science) sector in Australia
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CropLife Australia Sep 18
| APVMA board an ill-considered cost to Australian agriculture
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Matthew Cossey Sep 11
Hypocrisy! Campaigning against use of modern ag tech like GM crops that increase production while European countries increase demand for grain imports from countries like Brazil. European green activists can’t have it both ways. Not real environmentalists.
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CropLife Australia Sep 11
Congratulations Jo! CropLife was delighted to host a table at the Rural Women's Awards that recognised so many talented, innovative and dedicated women in agriculture.
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CropLife Australia Sep 11
Congratulations Jo! CropLife was delighted to host a table at the Rural Women's Awards that recognised so many talented, innovative and dedicated women in agriculture.
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ISAAA Sep 11
ISAAA Report: GM crop planting increased ~113-fold since 1996. Details in :
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Nuseed Australia Sep 9
Is there anything better than hot chips while watching the footy finals in Pimpinio? Well yes - when those hot chips are cooked in oil, the healthy alternative! Locals supporting locals.
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Matthew Cossey Sep 11
Remember to ask a friend, family member or colleague ‘R U OK?’
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Australian Farm Institute Sep 9
AG WEEK 2019 (Oct 14-17) kicks off w. Leaders Summit & 40th b'day Gala on Mon. followed by AFI's Roundtable on Tues, & events on Wed, rounding off with Gala Dinner. Links & bookings:
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Matthew Cossey Sep 9
Replying to @60Mins @afsnsw
That’s because Fiona Simpson has listened to the entire global regulatory science community, all of the world’s most sophisticated independent chemical regulators and the US Ag Health Study run by National Cancer Institute who confirm it doesn’t cause cancer (not lawyers)
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Matthew Cossey Sep 9
Congratulations to Dr Razia Shaik (Women in STEMM Australia) & Dr Andrew Harford (Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry) who’ve been awarded the CropLife Australia sponsored regional STEM scholarships to attend Science Meets Parliament
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WAFarmers Sep 8
MEDIA RELEASE: WAFarmers Grains President ⁦⁩ on Glyphosate ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Katie McRobert Sep 8
5 weeks to go! The countdown is on for Ag Week 2019 featuring Roundtable on Valuing ’s Natural Capital - be there or be square- oh wait, um, see you round..?? Top events also w. 🌱🌾🐖🐓🐂🐑🐄🌳🐟
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APVMA Sep 8
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CropLife Australia Sep 8
Agricultural chemicals in our food remain very low. In fact, the vast majority are undetectable. Have a look at the 25th Australian Total Diet Study published by
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CropLife Australia Sep 8
Agricultural chemicals in our food remain very low. In fact, the vast majority are undetectable. Have a look at 25th Australian Total Diet Study published by
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CropLife Australia Sep 8
Replying to @60Mins @APVMA
The has considered 1,260 scientific publications regarding glyphosate. You can find the complete list online:
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Andrew Harford Sep 8
Thank-you and for this opportunity! I’m looking forward to representing my colleagues conducting important research for rural and remote communities.
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CropLife Australia Sep 8
CropLife is delighted to be sponsoring a Regional STEM Scholarship for Science meets Parliament this year. Congratulations to Dr Razia Shaik and Dr Andrew Harford
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National Farmers Fed Sep 8
Another misleading & scaremongering piece of reporting on glyphosate this time by Sadly the facts are too often ignored but the NFF will continue to respond to requests for comment from our President & other farmers to ensure ag & science has a voice
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Tony Mahar Sep 8
Pathetic excuse for journalism “would you drink it.?” As if anyone would drink any other chemical used in any other business...shampoo, floor cleaner, liquid soap. Failed to mention other probable cancer risks GET THE FACTS ▶️
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