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Grain growers planning their 2020 sowing program can now refer to a detailed compendium of information and data for all major crops and varieties produced in Western Australia.
The opportunities and savings to be captured from integrating digital technology into farm businesses will be showcased at two of the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development’s res
The department of Primary Industries and Regional Development is well into its massive harvest program, with the aid of two new high-tech plot harvesters.
The Crop Sowing Guide for Western Australia is a one stop shop for variety information on all the major crops grown in Western Australia.
Western Barley Genetics Alliance director Chengdao Li is being applauded, as the winner of the 2019 Australian Farmer of the Year Award for Excellence in Agricultural Research.
Grain growers who face the prospect of harvesting short or patchy crops this year are reminded machinery modifications and alternative options may be required to optimise paddock potential.
An agricultural software developer and a carbon farming entrepreneur attended the recent Curtin Ignition innovation accelerator program, courtesy of a scholarship from the Department of Primary Ind
A new app to assist grain growers to identify the most profitable liming strategy for their paddocks was officially launched at the Dowerin GWN7 Machinery Field Days today.
A series of field experiments have been established across the grainbelt in recent months as part of a new project that aims to increase the benefits and profitability generated by soil amelioratio
Growers will have access to disease resistance rating data across a broader range of crops thanks to a new five-year project being led by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Developme