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In-crop weed competition causes losses costing around $1 billion per annum for Western Australia.
Strangles is an infectious, bacterial disease of horses, which may affect any horse not previously exposed to the disease.
Successful crop establishment is the key to maximising crop yield potential. Focus on paddock selection, the use of good quality seed, optimising seeding rate, depth and spacing, and matching vari
Growing strawberries as a commercial crop needs attention to detail to achieve the best results. The information below summarises advice on growing strawberries as recommended in Western Australia.
Waxflower is susceptible to a range of foliar diseases. The main problems which occur in commercial plantations and their control are outlined here.
The Stormwater Management, Harvesting and Reuse Efficiency Project (Stormwater reuse project) was focused on stormwater harvesting and reuse for social, economic and environmental benefits in Weste
The life of the celery crop is considered in three phases — establishment, rapid growth and maturation — and each phase has specific fertiliser requirements.
Phosphorus fertiliser application to potato crops should aim to maximise profits and also minimise the overuse of phosphorus to reduce environmental impacts and health risks.
Brooms, including scotch broom and needle leaved broom (Cytisus scoparius, Genista linifolia, Genista monspessulana) that have been designated as Weeds of National Signif
Spinach is a general term for certain vegetables and may refer to plants from five different families.