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The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) has recorded further cases of the exotic disease ehrlichiosis in dogs in the State’s north.
Aphids – to spray or not to spray?Armyworm caterpillarsCockchafers are causing extensive damage in cereals and pasturesCold temperatures have slowed native budworm moth flights...
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development’s (DPIRD) Statistical Seasonal Forecast (SSF) outlook for August to October is generally neutral (40-60%) chance of exceeding median...
Western Australia’s border remains closed to invasive threats with quarantine and fisheries officers working together to stop a major marine pest flown in from the Eastern States.
A $500,000 grants program will help to boost the capacity of Local Governments to prepare for and respond to animal welfare in emergencies.
Western Australian gardeners are reminded to check citrus trees for the destructive pest, citrus gall wasp, and prune any infested trees before moving them.
Barley net type and spot type populations resistant to the DMI group of fungicides are present in WA.
Fall armyworm detected in the WA grainbeltClean augers, field bins and silos to prevent insects contaminating grainNative budworm update. Caterpillars are being found in cereals...
Sheep producers can optimise lamb and ewe production by weaning lambs no later than 14 weeks after the start of lambing to make the most of pastures before they start to deteriorate in nutritional
Growers in the Mid West are encouraged to be vigilant for fall armyworm, after the pest was found in a trap at Geraldton.