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A soil moisture monitoring project has commenced to boost water use efficiency and profitability of Western Australian horticulture businesses.
Rural landholders and residents have been urged to prepare their properties and business operations for an elevated risk of bushfires this season.
Western Australian grain growers now have access to valuable industry specific data to help calculate onfarm greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and confidently assess their onfarm carbon footprint.
Healthy soils support the exchange of energy and nutrients, which sustains plant and animal life as well as the production and decomposition of organic matter.
Natural capital accounting (NCA) is the process of calculating the total stocks and flows of natural resources and services in each ecosystem or region.
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Automated acoustic technology that identifies calls from a pest bird, the European starling, has proven its potential as a new tool to enhance control measures for the exotic bird, as well as other
World Soil Day (WSD) is held annually on 5 December as a means to focus attention on the importance of healthy soil and to advocate for the sustainable management of soil resources
West Kimberley pastoralists are meeting this week to discuss a new assessment approach and d
Western Australians have only a few weeks left to have their say on a review of the key legislation that protects the State’s multi-billion dollar food and agricultural industries, as well as the S