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Scheduling irrigation for tomatoes based on crop factors and evaporation, combined with soil moisture monitoring to confirm irrigation effectiveness, will result in more efficient watering.
Telone® (1,3 dichloropropene) and Telone C35® (1,3 dichloropropene+chloropicrin) have been effective in controlling nematodes in field trials in Western Australia and should b
Evaporation-based scheduling is part of a systematic approach to efficient irrigation that considers plant and environmental factors to determine crop water requirements.
Downy mildew is caused by a fungus which has been affecting impatiens in Western Australia since 2007 after being found in Victoria the previous year.
Dryland salinity is an increasing problem across the Australian landscape and salt can also be a problem in gardens.
The harvesting of grass trees for landscaping is popular as these striking specimens compliment both formal and informal gardens.
Garden tools are often neglected but it is important to maintain and clean them so they work well and halt the spread of plant diseases.
Fresh, safe, quality-assured Western Australian carrots are delivered fresh to local, interstate and international markets from year-round production.
Western Australian growers and exporters have earned an outstanding reputation for reliably supplying high quality carrots to international markets.
Carrot leaf blight is a disease commonly found in carrot crops in Western Australia. It is usually caused by the fungus Alternaria dauci and occasionally by A. radicina.