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Measure water quality and quantity to effectively plan and monitor water supplies for livestock.
Supplementary feeding of sheep, with grain, hay or silage is necessary when pastures or stubbles are deficient in energy and protein.
WA producers and others involved in the dairy, grain/seed, hay, sheep or goat industries or supply chains are encouraged to apply for membership to the Industry Funding Scheme (IFS) Management Comm
Variety choice and variety management are key factors for profitable wheat production and this 'essentials' guide provides a guide to assist with these decisions.
This page provides seasonally relevant information on conditions and management options for January to March 2021 in the agricultural areas of Western Australia.
There has been a confirmed detection of Queensland fruit fly (Qfly) in Coolbellup, located south of Perth.
Waterlogging causes soil structure collapse in sodic soils, because the clay particles holding soil particles together disperse.
Historical rainfall decile maps for the South West Land Division (SWLD) using baseline period of 1975-2020.
Cattle producers in the shires of Albany, Denmark and Plantagenet in Western Australia now have the opportunity to join a new pilot surveillance network for cattle health that uses a simple SMS sys
Potassium deficiency can lead to loss of clover content and severely limit production of high rainfall.
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development’s (DPIRD) Statistical Seasonal Forecast (SSF) outlook for January to March 2021 is indicating neutral (40-60%) chance of exceeding...
Many seasonal outlooks are available throughout the year for use in the South West Land Division (SWLD) whcih includes the Western Australian grainbelt.
A scientifically proven method of pest insect control, the Sterile Insect Technique (SIT) uses the mass rearing, sterilisation, and release of Qfly in targeted areas.
Queensland fruit fly (Qfly) is one of the world’s worst fruit pests, attacking a wide range of fruits, and some fruiting vegetables and ornamental plants.
Queensland fruit fly (Qfly) was detected in Perth's western suburbs in March 2020.
The State Government is committed to improving mobile connectivity in regional Western Australia, through its Regional Telecommunications Project (RTP) and the Regional Mobile Communications Projec
Thanks to ongoing support from Quarantine Area (QA) residents, the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) is getting closer to eradicating Queensland fruit fly (Qfly) in
Whether you are a bushwalker, mountain bike rider, camper, fisher or rock climber, we all have a role to play in protecting Australia’s animals and regional industries from serious diseases.
In this issue:
Growth of prime lambs grazing green pasturePrecision crop stubble grazing‘Studenica’ – A new common vetch varietyImproving legume content of kikuyu pastures...
Following detection of ehrlichiosis in dogs in the Kimberley in May 2020, surveillance by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development has shown the disease is established in the K