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In 2018, over 10million tonnes (estimated) of wheat was harvested in Western Australia.
Selecting the right rootstock for your orchard is one of the most important decisions you will have to make.
Many new navel and Valencia orange varieties have become available in recent years and are currently being evaluated under West Australian conditions.
Many new varieties of mandarins and tangors have become available in Western Australia with desirable traits for consumers such as few or no seeds and loose skin (easy peel).
Three new mango varieties have been developed by the National Mango Breeding Program (NMBP). NMBP-1243 is a hybrid cross between Irwin and Kensington Pride (KP).
Two types of fresh beans are grown in Western Australia — climbing or runner beans, and dwarf or French beans.
WAVIA is an industry-based organisation that works to facilitate the access, production and distribution of improved planting material to the viticulture industry of Western Australia.
Jarrahdale, Japanese and butternut pumpkins are grown in Kununurra, Carnarvon and the south-west of Western Australia to supply the local market and eastern Australia.
Pollination is one of the keys to profitable apple production. As a general rule, apple varieties are not self-fertile and will not set a full crop without a compatible polliniser.