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Herbicides can be used safely, provided appropriate precautions are taken as required by the chemical label or as described in safety data sheets (SDS).
A pest risk analysis of the biosecurity risks associated with the importation of live bee semen from other Australian states and territories into Western Australia was initiated by the Department o
The aim of the Western Australian Plant Pathology Reference Culture Collection (WAC) is to preserve plant pathogen isolates while providing pure cultures and genetic materials required for diagnost
Western Australian declared pest requirements for Aquarium plants.
Expansion of potato production into the Mid West for winter production is a real possibility by using seed of the correct physiological age and quality.
Good fertiliser management is about balancing costs and returns so that the balance comes out in your favour. Failing to implement best practice nutrition programs can lead to poor returns.
Herbicides are extensively used to control declared plants.
Grape phylloxera, Daktulosphaira vitifoliae, is a major pest in all grape growing countries around the world.
Swedes and turnips are members of the brassica family and mainly grown commercially in the South-West of the state, particularly in cooler months.
Mites (Acari) are arthropods, a group that includes insects and spiders. Some mites are large enough to be visible to the naked eye while others can only be seen with a hand lens or microscope.