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This interactive map – produced by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) – allows you to explore south-west Western Australian regional groundwater trends, local gro
Serious grain losses at harvest reduce the profitability of crops. Grain can be lost at a number of places during harvest.
Grazing or feeding in native vegetation in the south-west of Western Australia should not be done except as a last resort.
The Aboriginal Economic Development (AED) function within the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) aims to unlock significant and impactful regional Aboriginal economic
Variety choice and variety management are key factors for profitable wheat production and this 'essentials' guide provides a guide to assist with these decisions.
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia, recommends using broad-based banks to intercept and divert surface water run-off in cropping areas where convention
This page explains the factors that influence the degree of dispersion in sodic soils: soil structure (aggregate stability), cation exchange capacity, calcium to magnesium ratio, exchangeable sodiu
Poor, dry seasons can cause crops (cereals, lupins and canola) to be patchy and short.
Dispersive soils are common in the agricultural areas of Western Australia, where they occur mainly as duplex or gradational profiles.
In 2018, over 10million tonnes (estimated) of wheat was harvested in Western Australia.