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This web article has been written to help home gardeners solve nutrient deficiency symptoms in their garden plants.
Four Western Australian women with a passion for agriculture and regional development are finalists in the prestigious Rural Women’s Awards.
A review of soil acidity research over two decades has delivered the most comprehensive picture yet of long-term production benefits from liming in Western Australia.
Canola growers will be budgeting to defend their crops against sclerotinia stem rot this year after experiencing the worst season on record for the fungal disease.
Department of Agriculture and Food research has revealed the optimum canola plant density for economic returns varies for different cultivars.
Visitors to Wagin Woolorama are reminded to stop by the Department of Agriculture and Food (DAFWA) shed to access the latest information about livestock, grains and agribusiness.
A single seed of the declared weed three-horned bedstraw has been detected in a canola sample from a property in the Upper Great Southern.
Mid-West producers are reminded to keep watch for the summer weed, crownbeard, which is toxic to sheep.
Residents in Perth and regional Western Australia are reminded to take part in surveillance for pest threat, the European wasp.
Seeding direction can help crops outcompete winter weeds, according to research by the Department of Agriculture and Food.