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Mites and lucerne flea have started hatchingEuropean and native earwigsSlugs and snails have started to lay eggsPestFacts WA webinar
Guava root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne enterolobii) has been detected in Queensland and the Northern Territory.
The DPIRD blackleg forecast model predicts the dates of spore maturation on canola stubble. Spore showers will commence soon after the spores are mature in the fruiting bodies.
Regulators, capital markets and consumers are increasingly demanding that corporate behaviour is ethical, transparent and leading the world out of the triple planetary crises of climate change, pol
Sustainability is about understanding the impacts of what we do and aiming to minimise negative impacts (like waste and pollution) and maximise positive impacts on the environment and people around
The way we source and use energy is changing. Renewable energy is getting cheaper, and pollution and greenhouse gas emissions are becoming harder to manage.
The WA Government has a range of Aboriginal business development and employment services to assist those affected by the recent Kimberley floods.
The capital investment stream of Value Add Investment Grants (VAIG) Program is a major competitive grant program designed to build capability and innovation within the agribusiness and food and bev