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In Western Australia, animals cannot be used or supplied for scientific purposes unless the use is in accordance with the Animal Welfare Act 2002 (the Act), Animal Welfare (Scientific Purp
Blackleg is one of the most serious diseases of canola in Western Australia.
In Western Australia's Mediterranean-type climate, the survival of pests and diseases over summer is often critical in determining pest outbreaks and disease epidemics in broadacre crops.
A roaded catchment is a water-harvesting structure designed to increase the amount of run-off from the catchment above a receiving farm dam.
Grazing annual pastures in autumn can potentially lead to a significant reduction in pasture seedling density, especially within the first 12 days after the break of season.
Sulfur deficiency can substantially reduce yield in pastures on sandy soils in wet years, when the sulfate form of sulfur leaches below the root zone of pasture plants. This page is specific to hig
The Lambing Planner is a simple tool that allows you to change a lambing date or a joining date to see the impacts of that on other key times in the reproductive year.
Tissue testing can identify plant nutrient deficiencies that affect plant health.
Downy mildew of grapevines can cause serious crop loss if weather conditions are favourable.
All used agricultural, mining and earth-moving machinery or equipment arriving in Western Australia from other states and territories is inspected by the Department of Primary Industries and Region