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LATEST NEWS

23
Jul

Our second commercial crop is taking shape. Approximately 3400 hectares where planted before the middle of winter. A similar amount will be planted in August/September.

 

 

 

1
Jul

GO Resources Research Manager David Hudson was recently interviewed on ABC radio:

7
Jun
GO Resources super high oleic safflower featured on the June 7 edition of ABC Landline. ABC Landline is a weekly regional and rural television program covering farming, weather, food, innovation, mining, fisheries, agribusiness, commodity prices and other issues affecting regional communities. The story of super high oleic safflower begins at the 27:18 mark of the show. The full program can viewed on iView
8
May
Go Resources’ partner Delta Agribusiness has posted a video for prospective super high oleic safflower growers: www.deltaagribusiness.com.au/safflower
2
Feb
Development crops of super high oleic safflower crops are currently being harvested by GO Resources. Harvesting will be completed in March
8
Oct

GO Resources is part of an ARC linkage grant with Monash University and Australian company Axieo Specialities, under the guidance of Chief Investigator Dr Rico Tabor.

Project Summary

"This project aims to develop a new generation of sustainable surfactants utilising Australian-grown oilseed feedstocks. These molecules are designed to replace current materials made from petroleum and palm oil, to fulfill a key role as the next generation of bio-resourced detergents and emulsifiers. The work seek to develop a library of new molecules to better understand the relationship between molecular structure and performance, through cutting edge lab testing and utilising national infrastructure, guiding the use of new components in formulating new products. It is anticipated that the surfactants generated will find uses in household cleaning and personal care products, providing high value chemicals from key Australian crops."

19
Sep
Go Resources’ renewable and biodegradable super high oleic safflower oil has been selected by a panel of experts from industry, academia, and research, to be one of the 50 leading innovations that will be showcased in the 3rd edition of the Food Innovation Book (2018)
3
Jul

GO Resources Pty Ltd (GO) welcomes the announcement by the Office of Gene Technology Regulator (OGTR) that GO’s proprietary super high oleic (SHO) safflower has been approved for commercial cultivation.

GO Resources Announces First Regulatory Approval for Super High Oleic Safflower

27
Apr

GroundCover recently published an article on super high oleic safflower research:

GroundCover Mar2018

13
Dec

GO Resources CEO Michael Kleinig was recently interviewed by The Weekly Times. The full article can be found here:

Weekly Time Dec17 Article

28
Jun

GroundCover recently published an article on safflower grower David Jochinke:

GroundCover May2017 DJ article

27
Jun

GO Resources’ super high oleic safflower field trails discussed in GroundCover:

GroundCover May2017

24
May

Fuels & Lubricants magazine has written an article on GO Resources’ super high oleic safflower oil:

F&LI May2017

28
Feb

GO Resources Pty Ltd is pleased to announce its success in securing support for its Super High Oleic Bio-based Oil project through the Australian Government’s Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) Programme.

1702 CRC-P

22
Jul

The potential use of super high oleic safflower oil in industrial products was covered recently in Manufacturers Monthly:

ManuMonth 0716

27
Apr

GroundCover recently published an article about super high oleic safflower (SHOS). Note that biodiesel is not considered a likely end use of SHOS oil.

GroundCover Apr2016

30
Jul

Super high oleic safflower featured in an article in Stock Journal:

SHOsafflower_StockJournal_20150730

13
Jul

GO Resources Pty Ltd (GO) has entered into an exclusive worldwide licence with Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, to commercialise its technology to produce super high oleic safflower oil (SHOSO) for the high-value industrial oil market.

GO Resources signs deal with CSIRO

CSIRO press release