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Preventing wind erosion to optimise soil productivity and profitability next season starts now, according to the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development.
Western Australian pastoralists can now access updated satellite information to support rangelands management.
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) has worked with farmers to document their use of regenerative agriculture practices in Western Australia.
SALTdeck cards were produced to aid plant identification and help Australian land managers choose likely plants for their situation.
Simplifying the science behind soils is the aim of a new free online publication produced by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development.
This guide helps users to describe the most important parts of a soil profile and provide an easy way to understand and explain the diversity of our soils.
Nitrogen application is common and profitable in dairy cattle grazing rotations and may also be profitable for strategic applications in beef grazing and for hay production.
Groundwater in the Western Australian grainbelt is a useful resource for on-farm water. However, in this environment it is often saline and unsuitable for livestock or other on-farm uses.
DPIRD is committed to supporting livestock producers and the wider industry in their understanding of carbon emissions by enterprise and is taking mitigation action towards achieving carbon neutral
The graphs linked from this page chart the normalised differential vegetation index (NDVI) for each Western Australian pastoral lease for 2020, showing the previous 2 years and the average best and