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Flowering blueberry crops in 115-metre-long tunnel houses are being used in trials examining the potential for native flies as a complementary pollinator to bees.
The 2022 Western Australian Avocado Research Update recently showcased the latest advances in the State’s fastest growing fruit industry at Manjimup.
Horticulture industry leaders gathered in Perth today to explore solutions to building a strong, reliable workforce to enable agribusinesses to grow and thrive.
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) has paid tribute to the work and contribution of the ‘Father of the Pink Lady apple’, former apple breeder John Cripps AO.
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) is working with horticulture growers to contain the spread of the serious disease Potato spindle tuber viroid (PSTVd), followin
The Carnarvon Floodplain Management Working Group report provides recommendations for investment into the management of the floodplain of the lower Gascoyne River to ensure profitable and sustainab
A successful crop of stonefruit has been harvested in the eastern Pilbara recently, as part of a unique proof-of-concept trial by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIR
The Western Australian Government has made a total of $500,000 available for eligible commercial Western Australian horticultural businesses to provide rebates for a suite of water use efficiency a
Research has commenced to verify the use of cutting-edge orchard mapping and monitoring technology under Western Australian conditions to refine crop management and improve yield, quality and profi
Sustainability, resilience and the future of the Western Australia’s horticulture sector will be the focus of the State’s premier industry conference to be held in Perth early next month.