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The Western Australian Climate Policy undertakes to develop Sectoral Emissions Reduction Strategies (SERS) to guide cost effective emissions reductions across key economic sectors. The SERS will p
Natural sequence farming (NSF) is an approach developed by Peter Andrews on his property – Tarwyn Park in New South Wales – for restoring degraded land .
Western Australia’s agrifood industry derives production worth nearly $11 billion every year from the state’s soils, which support highly diverse land uses, ranging from high-rainfall and tropical
Maintaining feed-on-offer at around 2 t DM/ha for four weeks around the Timerite® date in spring can effectively control RLEM in the following growing season.
Feed365 is a four-year project (2021–2025) under the SheepLinks program that engages sheep producers and allied industries to re-design livestock forage systems for grazing
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.
Agricultural practices and farming systems produce greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions. These emissions are mainly in the forms of methane and nitrous oxides.
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development’s (DPIRD) Food Industry Development branch works with industry to support the growth of an internationally competitive Western Australi
The crop sowing guide for Western Australia is a one stop shop for variety information on all the major crops grown in Western Australia.
The Western Australian Government has made a total of $100,000 available for eligible commercial Western Australian horticultural businesses to seek expert advice and planning from professional irr