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Western Australian Agrifood Export eNews is a weekly e-newsletter from the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development which provides up-to-date news related to agrifood and fisheries
Farmers are reminded to keep watch for red leaf syndrome in their subterranean clover pastures this autumn.
Soil and land conservation is essential to prosperity and 21st century farming. Members of the Soil and Land Conservation Council have a strong interest in agriculture, pastoralism and land manage
The Soil and Land Conservation Council (SLCC) undertakes public consultations to help it understand the views and draw upon the expertise of stakeholders and interested parties. The consultations
The Soil and Land Conservation Council publishes reports on matters for which it has prepared advice to the Minister for Agriculture and Food and the Commissioner of Soil and Land Conservation.
DPIRD is committed to supporting livestock producers and the wider industry and is taking mitigation action towards achieving carbon neutrality by 2030.
This page contains the strategic plan for the Sheep and Goat Industry Funding Scheme Management Committee. This strategic plan was endorsed by the Committee in March 2020.
Groundwater in the Western Australian grainbelt is a useful resource for on-farm water. However, in this environment it is often saline and unsuitable for livestock or other on-farm uses.
Fall armyworm has been found in the Gascoyne region, with moths detected in Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) traps in Carnarvon.
Caterpillars continue to cause concernVegetable beetles are damaging canolaFirst field pea blackspot disease forecast for WA is available online