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Developing a process to identify which clusters of patches of rhioctonia in a paddock are economic to treat.
Determining the relative yield loss (tolerance) of commonly grown and newly released oat varieties to crown rot pathogens Fusarium pseudograminearum and F. culmorum.
In 2015, barley net-type net blotch came into prominence due to adoption of susceptible barley varieties such as Oxford.
All livestock producers should take steps to prevent ruminant livestock accessing meat or animal products.
This page provides links to information on the constraints and characteristics of each soil group, soil profile images and maps showing where soil groups are located in Western Australia.
Congratulations to the below list of successful recipients for Round 1 of the Grower Group R&D Grants Program.
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development works with the land-use planning system to ensure that land and water resources are available for agriculture and food businesses to ex
Managing manure to reduce emissions can be economically viable for larger enterprises or cooperative facilities that use the captured methane to generate heat and electricity.
Green or brown manuring is the practice of returning plant material to a soil to increase soil organic matter, improve soil fertility and reduce weeds.
Spreading clay on light, sandy soils helps to increase soil water holding capacity, retain nutrients and overcome water repellence.