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Dragon fruit, also known as sweet pitahaya, is a stunning looking tropical fruit borne on arboreal cacti with a demonstrated potential for Carnarvon.
'Growing bananas in Carnarvon, Western Australia' is a production manual for growing subtropical bananas.
Regulation 6 of the Soil and Land Conservation Regulations 1992 applies to all types of drainage, including groundwater pumping, within the Peel–Harvey Catchment Area of Western Australia.
Mole drainage is a method of draining clay soils using subsurface channels. Mole drainage is used on soils that experience regular waterlogging from irrigation or high rainfall.
Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) is one of Australia’s greatest biosecurity risks.
Blueberry rust is a fungal disease that affects blueberries and some relatives in the Ericaceae plant family. The disease was detected in Western Australia in April 2022.
Myrtle rust is a serious disease that infects and kills many plants belonging to the Myrtaceae family including eucalypts, bottlebrushes, paperbarks and peppermint trees.
A national livestock standstill is when it is nationally agreed that specific livestock species affected by an emergency disease must not be moved.
The Carnarvon Horticulture District is located along the fertile delta of the Gascoyne River.
The European earwig (Forficula auricularia) is native to Europe and has been in Australia from the mid-1850s.