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Scientists are on the attack against rice blast, the international fungal disease that stopped the rice industry in its tracks in northern Western Australia three years ago.
A new smartphone App designed to help broadacre farmers maximise pesticide spray efficiency is now available.
With marking finished for the 2013 lambing season, nominations for the 100%+ Club are now open for producers who achieved a whole-farm average marking percentage of 100 per cent or more during the
Sheep producers can boost their bottom line by thousands of dollars by using rams that are genetically resistant to intestinal worms.
Research is on track to identify potential sites for the release of new species of dung beetles to combat bush fly numbers in Western Australia’s South West.
Surveys by the Department of Agriculture and Food have confirmed hatchings of Australian Plague Locusts in the central and eastern wheatbelt.
Mites of the Tetranychidae family (commonly known as spider mites) include some important pests of economic concern to agriculture and forestry.
The 2014 Agribusiness Crop Updates will be held from 24th - 25th February 2014 at Crown Perth.