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Lifetime Ewe Management (LTEM) is a nationally accredited course involving groups of five to six producers and six 'hands-on' sessions over a period of 12 months. Training under the Lifetime Ewe Ma
The presence of insects in flower crops can result in feeding damage to flowers, leaves and stems or cause galls to form.
Doublegee or spiny emex is a significant weed in Western Australia. It is a vigorous annual herb with a strong tap root and a long, fleshy, hairless stem.
Cutflowers are a luxury product and consumers demand a certain standard of quality and value for money.
More than 60 livestock industries and government representatives joined forces on 2 May 2014 in Perth to work through their respective sectors’ preparedness to communicate and implement a national
Correct postharvest handling is essential to maximise vase life and maintain flower and foliage quality.
Scabby mouth is a viral disease of sheep and goats that causes scabs and pustules, usually around the mouth and face of affected animals.
Calf-O-Rama calving workshops will be held in Esperance on 3 February, Mt Barker on 4 February and Manjimup on 5 February 2015.
Calf-O-Rama calving workshops will be held in Esperance on 3 February, Mt Barker on 4 February and Manjimup on 5 Feb.