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With the Western Australian truffle harvest well underway, commercial truffle growers have been making the most of new guides designed to strengthen their pest management practices.
Visitors to the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development display at the 2019 Mingenew Midwest Expo can access the latest information on digital technology, biosecurity and improvin
People travelling around Western Australia with pets are reminded to be aware of their surroundings as 1080 baiting programs may be underway in the area.
Weed management will be crucial throughout the grainbelt this spring, with many growers facing difficult decisions about how best to optimise paddock potential.
Property owners in rural and semi-rural shires near Perth are encouraged to take early action to control stable fly following wet weather this week.
Western Australian grain growers battling the increasing threat of emerging weeds will need to employ robust Integrated Weed Management (IWM) strategies to protect crop yields and profit.
Controlling damaging slugs and snails in grain crops is set to improve as a result of a new high-tech research project by the Department of Agriculture and Food.
Regional Western Australian communities in the South West Land Division working to control declared pests through the development of self-determining groups have been supported with State Governmen
Graingrowers and agronomists can now report crop pests, diseases, weeds or other damage from the palm of their hands in the paddock with a new app from their smart phone.
Western Australian grain growers with summer weeds such as button grass, fleabane, sowthistle and tar vine are sought to participate in weed management trials to be conducted by the Department of A