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Albus lupin (Lupinus albus) has been grown commercially in WA since about 1982, when the variety Kiev Mutant was released.
WA's first Signature Dish was chosen on WA Day, Monday 2 June.
The winning dish was lamb cutlets with a lupin-based crust, accompanied by a sweet potato salad with Moroccan flavours.
GrainGuard is a coordinated and cooperative strategic approach between the grain industry and the Western Australian Government.
Land clearing proposals are now handled by the Department of Environment Regulation, for more information please visit their website.
In Western Australia the Agricultural Produce Commission Act 1988 provides agricultural producers with the legal framework to collect funds to provide for the development of their industry
Bannister is a high yielding oat with milling quality and wide adaptation for Western Australia. It was tested as WAOAT2354 and released in March 2012.
The contamination of bulk milk with antibiotic residues has very serious implications for consumers, processors and producers.
With global concerns about food security rising in rapidly changing market places, the Western Australian Government is ensuring the state’s grains industry is well placed to capitalise on growing
Various insects, nematodes and mite pests can damage tomato crops in the home garden and nematodes, russet mites and budworms can be especially destructive. The plants can be damaged at all stages
Septoria spot (Septoria citri) is a serious pest of citrus that can affect external fruit quality. This pest is not known to occur in Western Australia.