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The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development’s (DPIRD) Season 2022 webpages have been updated with all the latest information and advice to help farmers navigate the problematic en
Apiarists are being reminded of the importance of maintaining vital traceability records, as part of the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development’s (DPIRD’s) Operation Flower Meado
Livestock producers, scientists and interested stakeholders are encouraged to register for a Perth forum examining the role of livestock amid a changing climate.
The Department's Digital Manufacturing Project will bring low cost digital component solutions to the Western Australian agrifood and beverage sector.
The Agribusiness, Food & Trade newsletter provides updates, invitations and articles of interest for the WA industry relating to projects within this section of the department.
A soil moisture monitoring project has commenced to boost water use efficiency and profitability of Western Australian horticulture businesses.
Rural landholders and residents have been urged to prepare their properties and business operations for an elevated risk of bushfires this season.
Western Australian grain growers now have access to valuable industry specific data to help calculate onfarm greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and confidently assess their onfarm carbon footprint.
Healthy soils support the exchange of energy and nutrients, which sustains plant and animal life as well as the production and decomposition of organic matter.