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AUSTRALIA’S agricultural technology industry has received a boost in 2018 with a surge in research spending.

Photo: Alex Ellinghausen, AAPThe Federal Government’s Agricultural Technology and Innovation Agency (ATIA) reported $1.4 billion in research and development spending for the year, compared to $1 billion for the same period last year.

That is a 25 per cent increase from the $839 million spent last year, which included $400 million in research funding.

The ATIA’s 2017-18 budget of $1,734 million covered all agricultural technology projects in the Federal Government.

The budget also included $2.7 billion in funding for seed and biotechnology technology, $1 million for the Australian National University, $300 million for research and innovation for the Victorian Department of Agriculture, $500 million for technology assistance and $150 million for an Australian Rural Technology Fund.

Agriculture Secretary, Greg Hunt, said the 2018 budget reflected the growing importance of agricultural research.

“Agriculture is an exciting sector in Australia’s economy, with the potential to transform our agriculture system, increase productivity and enhance the quality of our food,” he said.

Federal government funding for research has remained stable, but there has been a 15 per cent decrease in federal funding to universities in recent years. “

The Government is committed to supporting the sector with the necessary infrastructure and research, and is looking to support further innovation.”

Federal government funding for research has remained stable, but there has been a 15 per cent decrease in federal funding to universities in recent years.

The amount of research spent on agriculture and agri-food is expected to continue to rise in the next financial year.

Mr Hunt said he was pleased the ATIA has been able to deliver the funds required to deliver innovation and productivity, which will allow Australia to achieve its 2050 target for agricultural productivity.

What can the EU do to improve agricultural technology?

Agriculture is the largest single sector in Europe and the second-largest in the world, accounting for about 80 percent of the total economy, with more than three billion people.

In the EU alone, it is estimated that about 2.6 billion tonnes of crop, livestock and agricultural products are produced every year, but there is no single European agro-technology agency.

Agriculture, in particular, has been subject to some of the most severe changes in the last 50 years.

Some European governments have tried to improve the sector, while others have tried the opposite.

The EU Agricultural Technology Institute (ETI) was established in 2013, tasked with helping to make agriculture more efficient and modern, with an eye to providing better services to farmers and consumers.

In 2016, the government announced a new Agricultural Policy to promote agriculture and promote its efficiency.

The government has also increased support for research, development and innovation.

The ETI’s mission is to improve agroecology and improve agronomic practices.

The objective of the initiative is to support the development of agro technology and to improve agriculture’s efficiency and efficiency, and to support farmers in meeting their food and agronomical needs.

The goal of the Agricultural Policy is to foster agricultural technologies in order to better feed the growing global population, improve agricultural productivity and improve food security.

The Government of Taiwan has set up the ETI to support this mission and to provide technical assistance to agricultural technology projects, and also to promote the competitiveness of agriculture and agriculture technology.

The mission aims to increase efficiency, increase agricultural productivity, improve agropastoral sustainability, and promote agronomy as a key sector for international competitiveness.

This is in line with the Government of the Republic of China’s vision of improving agriculture.

The new initiative aims to accelerate the development and adoption of agricultural technologies, particularly in agricultural sciences and agro/ agronomical research, by ensuring that research and development is funded, and that the public is able to access this research.

This includes support for agro technologies, agricultural technologies institutes, agricultural research and technology, and agri-techs.

The Agricultural Policy seeks to improve farming efficiency and improve agricultural production by improving agricultural productivity.

This means increasing the yield of crops, reducing the need for land, improving the efficiency of agronomes, and promoting the adoption of agri/ agro agrotechnologies, agro agrichemicals and agropas, and agricultural agro agriculture.

It also aims to boost agricultural productivity by improving the use of agropasts, and the ability of farmers to feed their families on a sustainable, local, and sustainable agricultural approach.

The Agriculture Policy also seeks to promote agro agricultural technologies and agribusinesses, through the introduction of agribuses, the adoption and commercialisation of agrificiaries, the introduction and production of agrotechnology and agromechanical techniques, and a greater emphasis on agro industrialisation.

The aim is to help farmers in adapting to the changing food security and food environment, while protecting the environment and biodiversity, improving agricultural production, and protecting the land, water and biodiversity.

The Minister of Agriculture has promised that the Agriculture Policy will be implemented in line, as soon as possible, with the objectives set out in the Agricultural Policies for the last 20 years, and with the current situation of the global food crisis, which is currently at the very beginning stages.

In addition, it will promote the commercialisation and use of agricultural agrotechnologies in a number of countries, particularly those that have a large agro sector, in order for them to grow economically.

In order to promote and support the commercialization and commercialization of agricultural technology, the Government has set a target of creating a maximum of 10,000 agro technological and agrifood institutes by 2020.

It is also in line to promote research and commercial development of agriculture, agronomics, agrotech, agrionomics, and related technologies in cooperation with universities and private enterprises.

The Ministry of Agriculture will continue to work with private companies, including international institutions, in supporting the commercial development and development of agricultural tech.

It will also help develop and support agrotechs through support for scientific and technical cooperation.

The role of the ETII in the Agriculture Policies and the Agricultural Technology Policy In 2017, the Ministry of Agricultural Affairs set up an agricultural technology research and innovation centre (ETII), which aims to create and develop agricultural technologies by enhancing the capacity of the agricultural sector, increasing agricultural productivity to meet growing demand and improving the productivity of agriculture.

Its mandate is to encourage the development, commercialization, and commercial use of agriculture technology in cooperation in a broad range of fields, including food production, agribustrics, agroscience, agri technology, agropolitics, agrobotic, agrotropics, agrometrics, food security, agrology, agrowatch, agrophototechnology