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The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) is encouraging hay growers to check their crops for signs of Septoria avenae blotch, with the wet conditions providing the perf
The latest developments in fruit and vegetable research was showcased this week at the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development’s (DPIRD) Carnarvon Research Facility field day.
The 2021 field day season is shaping up to be bigger and better following the easing of COVID-19 restrictions from last year, and landowners are being reminded to keep on-farm biosecurity front of
American serpentine leafminer detected in WA. Should grain growers be concerned?Sclerotinia in lupinsTurnip yellows virus detected in canola crops across the grainbelt...
Consultation outcome for the 2021 Declared Pest Rate. This is an annual process to gauge landholder perception on the DPR and RBG operations.
Research is underway on a suite of WaterSmart Farms projects to help build climate resilience in Western Australian farm businesses.
Industrial hemp has shown promise as a potential high yielding, multi-purpose, summer feed option for livestock following results of a pilot project.
Carbon Farming and Land Restoration Program redirect
The invasive exotic pest American serpentine leafminer (Liriomyza trifolii) has been found in northern Western Australia.
Native budworm activity this weekAnthracnose in lupinsSclerotinia stem rot in canolaPestFax continues to collaborate with Agworld, Back Paddock and Planfarm platform users