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The 2022 Western Australian Avocado Research Update recently showcased the latest advances in the State’s fastest growing fruit industry at Manjimup.
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) has paid tribute to the work and contribution of the ‘Father of the Pink Lady apple’, former apple breeder John Cripps AO.
Research has commenced to verify the use of cutting-edge orchard mapping and monitoring technology under Western Australian conditions to refine crop management and improve yield, quality and profi
A research project is helping Western Australia’s growing avocado industry to minimise the impact of a tiny pest on fruit quality and orchard production.
Research into new techniques to help cyclone-proof tropical fruit production is currently underway in northern Australia.
Apple and pear growers still have time to apply for a rebate to purchase and install netting to protect their orchards and increase yields, after the Commonwealth recently boosted and extended its
Horticulturalists in Western Australia are now able to apply for grants of up to $300 000 to install new or replace damaged netting, under the Commonwealth Government’s Horticultural Netting Infras
Apple lovers will have the opportunity to get a bite of potential new varieties destined for retail shelves at a special tasting event at Saturday, 5 June in Bunbury.
Các biện pháp đã được trưởng bộ phận An ninh sinh học cây trồng của Bộ Nông nghiệp cấp phép để các loại trái cây hoặc sản phẩm thực vật thương mại là ký chủ của Qfly được di chuyển từ khu vực kiểm
Measures approved by the Department’s Chief Plant Biosecurity Officer for commercially produced host fruit or plants moved from the wider quarantine area to other areas within Western Australia, fo