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Now is the optimum time for Grainbelt landholders to survey their properties for the declared pest, skeleton weed.
Lesser broomrape is the species Orobanche minor. It is an increasingly common weed of pasture and occasionally oat and hay crops. It is also a common garden weed.
Kimberley residents and tourists are asked to be on the lookout for the highly invasive weed Praxelis (Praxelis clematidea) after it was found on a 12 Mile property near Broome.
The future of agriculture is in great hands following high-calibre presentations made by five Western Australian university graduates at last week’s Young Professionals in Agriculture Forum.
Grainbelt farmers are encouraged to keep up paddock searches for the declared pest skeleton weed throughout late summer and autumn.
Paddock and drone searches are set to begin across large tracts of the grainbelt for the agricultural pest plant, skeleton weed.
Results from a two-decade annual survey continue to show the success of harvest weed seed control as a part of broadacre farmers’ integrated weed management strategy in the Geraldton region.
African clubmoss (Selaginella kraussiana), also known as Selaginella, or spreading clubmoss, is an invasive fern ally that forms extensive dense carpets in damp sites.
A program to rid Narrogin and surrounds of the invasive weed boneseed has made major inroads, after more than a decade of work.
The Chemical weed control in canola bulletin has been produced by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, with co-investment from the Grains Research and Development Corporat