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A comprehensive report compiled by leading horticultural experts at the Department of Pr
Western Australian plant geneticists have played an integral role in identifying a new semidwarf gene to breed barley crops that can better withstand climate change.
A research project has unblocked the barrier to using hot water treatment to meet international protocols for fruit fly disinfestation in mangos, paving the way to lower treatment costs and improve
‘How well is methane calculated to determine livestock emissions?’ will be the topic for discussion at a public lecture in Perth and online next month by a leading United States animal scientist an
A benchmarking study was conducted in 2016 on fertiliser and irrigation practices of 10 tomato growers in Carnarvon.
Farmers interested in growing industrial hemp are invited to attend a field day at the Manjimup Horticultural Research Institute Industrial Hemp Variety Trial site at DPIRD research centre.
Western Australian researchers have published key findings from five years of research into a strain of soybean dwarf virus (SbDV) impacting subterranean clover pastures.
Ranny is a techinical officer based in Geraldton and joined DPIRD in September 2022. She is part of the Farming Systems Innovation team, working on the ‘Increasing farming systems profitability and longevity of benefits...
Regenerative farming workshops and masterclasses will be run from Torbay to Margaret River, from Dandaragan to the Perth Hills. These workshops will explore soil biology and offer practical advice...
Leading Australian pasture ecologist and carbon farming advocate Dr Christine Jones will tour Western Australia in February, sharing her vast knowledge and experiences with building sustainable and