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Queensland fruit fly (Qfly, Bactrocera tryoni) is considered to be one of the most serious pests of fruit and vegetables in Australia.
Carpophilus, also known as driedfruit beetles, are a worldwide pest of fruits, both pre- and post-harvest, and grains.
Heavy infestation of aphids caused significant yield loss to canola in a high rainfall environment
Queensland fruit fly (Qfly) has been successfully eradicated from Perth's Alfred Cove suburb.
Cattle lice cause irritation and rubbing that results in hair loss and poor coat quality. Cattle won’t always require treatment for a skin problem resulting from a lice infestation.
Two mealybug species, the longtailed mealybug (Pseudococcus longispinus), and obscure mealybug (Pseudococcus viburni) occur in grapevines and deciduous fruit tree crops in Western
The Department of Agriculture and Food is baiting trees around the Alfred Cove area to prevent the serious fruit pest Queensland fruit fly (Qfly) from establishing in Western Australia.
The Department of Agriculture and Food has confirmed the detection of six Queensland fruit fly (Qfly) in the Alfred Cove area.
Community surveillance and trapping for European wasps is sought by the Department of Agriculture and Food as new nests develop and become more active with the onset of warm, sunny weather.
Citrus growers in Perth and regional towns are asked to look out for unusual wasps or growths on their citrus trees this spring.