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Traditionally ANZAC day marked the date on which growers in Western Australia would start dry seeding.
The fall armyworm moth (Spodoptera frugiperda) is a plant pest that can damage a wide variety of crops.
A research project is examining if plump grain could be the key to breeding new barley varieties that are more tolerant to heat stress, improving crop productivity and profitability.
Tertiary students wanting to make their mark on Western Australia’s grains sector are reminded that applications close soon for research and development post-graduate scholarships.
Western Australian agriculture experiences variability in its winter growing season (May–October): late starts, early finishes and 'dry seasons' with rainfall low enough to cause serious plant and
This page summarises the main factors to consider when planning or managing a canola crop.
Research carried out by The University of Western Australia (UWA) and Edith Cowan University (ECU) has shown the consumption of apples has a direct impact on human health by improving cardiovascula
This page contains information on the optimum sowing windows to maximise grain yield of canola, for 24 locations, three soil types and three canola cultivars, obtained from the APSIM-Canola model a
Frost is difficult to manage. It has a significant economic and emotional impact on the whole community.
Looking at past years of rainfall does not guarantee that the rainfall trend will continue into the future but it can give us some idea of what might happen.