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This page identifies insects, other related pests and molluscs, and diseases of both truffles and their tree hosts in Australian truffle orchards.

The Western Australia’s Agrifood, Fibre, Fisheries and Forestry Industries 2017 (WAAFFFI) booklet is the Western Australian Government’s key publication for consistent statistics

DPIRD and the RSPCA aim to ensure that cruelty to animals is prevented and the welfare of animals is promoted and protected.

Recommendations from a review of the declared pests of Western Australia came into effect on 17 November 2017.

This edition includes articles on comparing the 2015 & 2016 Lamb Survival Initiative, a look at the difference between a value and supply chain, DNA flock profiles working to grow confidence...

The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development’s Western Australian exporter directory is designed to provide overseas buyers and those seeking to explore potential relationships wit

The Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia (DAFWA) proposes to extend the State Barrier Fence eastwards from its current termination point near Ravensthorpe, extending north around S

Applications are now open for the Potato Industry Assistance Grants program to support growth opportunities for the Western Australian potato industry.

The Farm Debt Mediation Scheme in Western Australia (WA) is available to assist farm and pastoral businesses and financial institutions resolve disputes about business financial arrangements.

Fresh food businesses are faced with the challenge of creating a food safety culture, maintaining best practice and retaining customer confidence, while effectively managing overall costs.

The Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia assessed the potential and reported wheat yield of the 18 million hectares of agricultural land in the south-west of Western Australia and

The quality of any new pasture will be a reflection of the time and preparation you devote to establishment.

The choice of pasture species is important in order to provide high quality feed for grazing livestock, to be adapted to the growing environment and to provide sufficient groundcover to help protec

Bundle-bundle (Dichanthium fecundum) is one of many plant species found in the Western Australian rangelands.

Pastoral rangelands provide a range of benefits in addition to pastoralism: tourism, ecological services, mining, and cultural and heritage values for Indigenous people.

Silt washed into dams reduces dam storage volume, increases the chance of algal blooms and increases the proportion of water lost to evaporation.

Excavated tanks (farm dams) provide effective water storage wherever surface water run-off can be harvested for livestock, crop spraying, irrigation and domestic use on rural properties.

Poorly-designed cattleyards will not only result in more handling hours, but also increase the risk of injury to both the handler and stock.

Agriculture is an integral component of the economic, social and cultural landscape in the Swan Valley.

Marketing organic produce requires a sound knowledge of your product, the market and your target audience.



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