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Citizen scientists are called to sign up to participate in the Pantry Blitz 2021 biosecurity surveillance campaign to help protect Western Australia’s agriculture industry and the environment from
Biosecurity will be a major focus at this year’s Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) display at Wagin Woolorama on 5-6 March.
This survey is for researchers (including external researchers) who use or interact with the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development Animal Ethics Commit
New intelligence on how to improve integrated pest control strategies for some of the State’s most significant grains and pasture pests will be revealed next week.
Landholders intending to install a desalination plant on their property are reminded to lodge a Notice of Intent to Pump Water (Desalination) with the Commissioner of Soil and Land Conservation bef
Western Australian grain growers have been warned to prepare to take action to protect crops from two additional, significant grain pests this spring – Russian wheat aphid and fall armyworm.
Cereal growers are set to benefit from an upgrade to the popular FlowerPower online tool, with additional wheat and barley varieties and a new component for oats growers to optimise hay cutting.
A series of projects researching how soil amelioration affects soil biology is unearthing new information, as it digs deeper into the impact of mechanical soil amelioration on soilborne diseases an
Western Australian growers and agriculture industry representatives can access the latest information about soil fertility and soilborne diseases in a new digital publication Soil Quality: 5 Soil B
Grainbelt farmers are encouraged to keep up paddock searches for the declared pest skeleton weed throughout late summer and autumn.