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The crop sowing guide for Western Australia is a one stop shop for variety information on all the major crops grown in Western Australia.
Traditionally ANZAC day marked the date on which growers in Western Australia would start dry seeding.
Tertiary students wanting to make their mark on Western Australia’s grains sector are reminded that applications close soon for research and development post-graduate scholarships.
In 2018, over 10million tonnes (estimated) of wheat was harvested in Western Australia.
Lupins should be harvested as soon as they are mature to minimise significant yield loss.
Comparing the latest barley varieties with commonly grown, established varieties can be confusing.
Assisting barley growers to make the right variety decision for their farming system.
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development's 2018 Oat Variety Guide provides a comparison of grain yield, grain quality, hay yield, hay quality, herbicide tolerance and disease r
Neelam is well adapted to most areas of southern Australia and offers ascochyta blight resistance in a mid flowering, mid maturing variety.
Ambar is well adapted to most of southern Australia, particularly the northern wheatbelt of Western Australia.