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Twenty-five outstanding DAFWA research and development officers showcased their latest research, technology, developments and management innovations to improve the productivity and profitability of
A free half day workshop exploring what’s working now and what’s coming soon in the hay industry, featuring the latest research and agronomy updates, new varieties on the horizon, hay market...
Research on a comprehensive range of deep tillage practices on sandplain soils has demonstrated the yield benefit is worth the investment.
40% lower germination was measured from seed of plants exposed to wetting and drying at maturity.
Lentils are still a good option for growers to consider in future cropping programs on medium to heavy textured soils, with 2017 trials producing seed yields of 1.5t/ha or above.
An opportunistic weed time of removal trial was implemented in Jerramungup following 66mm in February 2017.
This project aims to determine the spread of emerging summer weeds and deliver new knowledge on the biology and management of these emerging summer and winter weeds, with an overall aim of increasi
Rhizoctonia patches can be easily identified by both normal and NDVI images captured by UAV.
Advances in the performance of future lupin varieties are set to take a significant leap forward, with the development of two new molecular maps to aid plant breeding.