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Managing saline dryland (rainfed, not irrigated) can provide many benefits: increased whole-farm productivity, reduced on-farm and off-farm degradation, and protection of landscape and community va
Open groundwater drains are excavated channels with sloping floors and sides, designed to intercept and drain surface (usually fresh) and groundwater (usually saline in Western Australia) from agri
The Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (known as DRFAWA) commenced as of 1 November 2018 and provide a range of measures designed to help those within disaster affected communities.
Portuguese millipedes (Ommatoiulus moreleti) belong to a group of animals called Myriapoda (meaning many-legged), which also includes several native Australian millipedes and centipedes.
Fire is integral to many ecosystems in the Western Australian rangelands.
This page provides up-to-date information on the production, consumption and trade (domestic and international) of sheep meat and wool in Western Australia.
The Skeleton Weed Program is a coordinated approach to managing skeleton weed in Western Australia.
The following information regarding the use of animals for scientific purposes in Western Australia aims to assist researchers, teachers, members of animal ethics committees and the general public.
Citrophilus mealybug (Pseudococcus calceolariae) is a serious pest of many horticultural crops that can downgrade fruit quality and affect fruit production.
In Australia, it is illegal to feed restricted animal material (RAM) to ruminants (cattle, sheep, goats, deer, camels and alpacas). This is known as the 'ruminant feed ban'.