Jump to navigation
Skip to Content
Control methods for needle burr (Amaranthus spinous) a declared pest in Western Australia.
Efforts to prevent the loss of valuable agricultural resources to competing land uses will be profiled at the Tipping Point Conference, to be held in Busselton in May.
Bryobia mite, also known as clover mite, is a sap-sucking pest of broadleaf crops and pastures, that can seriously damage canola especially where there has been a 'green bridge' consisting of clove
A widespread beetle is mainly a pest of summer crops, but has seriously damaged young canola in southern districts, especially when there has been a warm start to the growing season.
Celery is one of the highest yielding vegetable crops in Western Australia and is usually grown from transplants produced by specialist seedling nurseries.
Chinese water chestnuts are a potential small crop for specialised markets for growers in warm temperate regions.
Control methods for arrowhead (Sagittaria montevidensis) a declared pest in Western Australia.
Brussels sprouts are the most cold tolerant of the brassica crops. They should be grown in well-drained soil and fertilised regularly.
Leeks will grow on a range of soil types and grow best with temperatures between 15 and 25°C. They generally take 21 to 30 weeks to reach maturity from transplanting.
Some aquatic plants used in ponds and aquariums are highly invasive and have become serious weeds in natural waterways.