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Producing chickens or eggs on land treated or contaminated with organochlorines (OC) is not recommended for domestic consumption or commercial purposes.
Many practices are transferable from a conventional system to an organic system of growing mangoes.
Transition to a system of organic mango production will vary according to your situation and current management system.
The underlying principle of organic crop production is "healthy plants grow from healthy soil". It is a whole system approach and as far as practical a closed system.
Mangoes have been identified as a promising crop for organic production. They are suitable because of a low nitrogen requirement and relatively low incidence of pests and diseases.
Western Australia has a well-deserved reputation for producing healthy livestock that are free of diseases and residues that could harm human health or damage our markets.
The eConnected Grainbelt Project is pleased to announce formal approval has been granted to extend the project by 12 months, with a new end date of 30 June, 2019.
Western Australia has a reputation for producing healthy livestock free from diseases and residues that could harm human health or damage our ability to sell livestock within Australia or overseas.
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) will hold the 2018 Western Australian Horticulture Update at Crown Convention Centre on August 16 and August 17.
Wild radish (Raphanus raphanistrum) is highly competitive in crops and can cause a yield loss of 10-90%.
The Plan, Prepare and Prosper workshop is a free workshop program designed to assist rural businesses that are involved in farming, fishing and food processing to plan for and manage through variab
Applications have now closed for the Potato Industry Assistance Grants program to support growth opportunities for the Western Australian potato industry.
The Farm Finance Concessional Loan Scheme (FFCLS) is an Australian Government initiative.
A snapshot of some of the latest news and seasonal advice from the department for Western Australian farm businesses in the grains sector.
Johne's disease (JD) in cattle is a regulated disease in Western Australia.
Johne’s disease (JD) is an incurable infectious disease of ruminants including cattle, sheep, goats, alpaca and deer. It causes chronic diarrhoea and wasting, which eventually leads to death.
Are you looking for more information on the research and findings from the Tactical wheat agronomy project?
Western Australia exports about 80% of its livestock and livestock product annually, a market valued at $2 billion in 2015/16.
Western Australia is free of most of the significant diseases that affect animals in other parts of the world.
Western Australia's access to livestock and livestock product export markets, worth about $2 billion annually, relies on Australia being free of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD).