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The Western Australian grain industry is a major contributor to the agrifood sector and the Australian economy.
Wheat is the major grain crop produced in Western Australia making up 65% of annual grain production and generating A$2-3 billion for the State economy each year.
Lupins are uniquely suited to the acid and sandy soils found across large tracts of the Western Australian wheatbelt and play an important role in breaking cereal disease cycles and adding fixed ni
Maintaining the quality of grain that has been grown is all about the correct and timely harvesting of the grain and its management and storage once removed from the paddock.
The oat industry delivers nearly $200 million to the state economy each year through oats for human consumption and feed.
With global concerns about food security rising in rapidly changing market places, the Western Australian Government is ensuring the state’s grains industry is well placed to capitalise on growing