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Agricultural Resource Risk Management Seminar Series. Presenter: Mike Grundy, CSIRO
Most individuals presume that they are already weed-aware because of the effort they put into removing weeds from their lawns and flower beds.
Spring onions are grown mainly on the Swan Coastal Plain for the Western Australian local market. They differ from shallots and bulb onions as they have small enlarged bulbs with straight, hollow l
Many climbing plants enhance vertical space in the garden, but some can become a serious nuisance for you and your neighbours.
Snow peas and sugar snap peas can be grown throughout the year in the south west of Western Australia. The plants are not affected by frost, but flowers and pods may be damaged.
The bumblebee is familiar to many people who have visited Europe and Tasmania however, this ‘cute’ exotic bee could become a serious pest if it is unwittingly introduced to Western Australia.
Training workshops focused on managing employees and boosting office skills are now available to Western Australian grain growers.
WA's first Signature Dish was chosen on WA Day, Monday 2 June.
The winning dish was lamb cutlets with a lupin-based crust, accompanied by a sweet potato salad with Moroccan flavours.
Group F herbicides are registered for selective control of wild radish, wild mustard and wild turnip control in cereals, legume crops and legume pastures.
Glyphosate is a systemic knockdown herbicide that is used for brown fallow, summer weed or pre-seeding weed control, or selective weed control in glyphosate-resistant crops.