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New provisions for stable fly management now in place for Western Australia are set to curtail breeding of the pest and lower chemical use.
It will be a full house in the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development shed at this year’s Dowerin Machinery Field Days.
Perth gardeners are encouraged to get involved in two citizen science projects targeting a destructive citrus pest.
Growers and agronomists are invited to attend a three-day workshop in August to gain ‘hands on’ training in identification of insect pests and diseases in grain crops.
Western Australian grain growers who notice high numbers of redlegged earth mites (RLEM) in sprayed canola and cereal crops are now able to test for chemical resistance.
With the support of Australian Government funding, Western Australia’s Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) has made substantial progress managing two of the world’s mo
Perth gardeners are reminded to monitor their citrus trees and have pruners at the ready to control the destructive pest, citrus gall wasp.
A range of biosecurity responsibilities for small landholders will be the focus of Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development information and presentations at Gidgegannup Small Farm
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) is currently responding to an outbreak of Queensland fruit fly (Qfly) in Perth's western suburbs (detected in March 2020).
Residents and businesses across Mundaring, Kalamunda, Swan, Gosnells and Canning are called on to join efforts against the European wasp, following a spike in nest numbers across Perth.