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Proper management of animals during a bushfire is dependent on being prepared and having proper plans in place for fire response and recovery.
Western Australia's (WA) climate has changed over the last century, particularly over the last 50 years. Average temperature has risen about 1°C.
Farmers have asked the questions below after serious fires in the agricultural areas of south-west Western Australia.
Strong fires will cause significant damage to bush on farms and may devastate revegetation areas.
Following a fire, the risk of water erosion is greatly increased on bare paddocks.
Protecting your most vital water supply from contamination should be your first priority after a fire.
Wind and water erosion risk is increased after fire removes groundcover and some seed reserves.
The Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia (DAFWA) has resources available to support you in managing affected livestock and stock feed, as well as pasture and land recovery, in the
When grapevines are exposed to smoke during sensitive growth stages, the resulting wine may contain smoke-related aromas and flavours.
Smoke exposure of grapevines and the development of smoke-related characteristics in the resulting wines is an increasing issue for the wine industry.