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There are several key principles that must be considered when constructing a new, or expanding an existing, cattle feedlot in Western Australia.
Final PestFacts WA newsletter for 2022!Final PestFacts WA newsletter for 2022!Green bridge management over summerPestFacts WA continues successful collaboration with Agworld and Back...
Automated acoustic technology that identifies calls from a pest bird, the European starling, has proven its potential as a new tool to enhance control measures for the exotic bird, as well as other
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development's Agribusiness Development team works with industry, primary producers and regulators to create a conducive agribusiness environment.
West Kimberley pastoralists are meeting this week to discuss a new assessment approach and d
Western Australians have only a few weeks left to have their say on a review of the key legislation that protects the State’s multi-billion dollar food and agricultural industries, as well as the S
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development’s (DPIRD) Statistical Seasonal Forecast (SSF) outlook for November 2022 to January 2023, is indicating mostly neutral (40-60%)...
Phomopsis can be a risk when grazing lupin stubblePREDICTA®B Root disease risk management courses in PerthMeet PestFacts WA team member – Dusty Severtson
The definitive grain variety guide to assist Western Australian growers make informed crop selection decisions and optimise production and profitability is now available.
The second vintage of Cabernet Sauvignon wines made from a trial of vine clones and selections was bottled in the South West recently, opening the door to more high performance grape varieties and