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Western Australians packing up to Wander out Yonder during the spring school holidays are reminded to take precautions to prevent the spread of pests, weeds and disease.
Entrepreneurs, scientists, bee keepers and university students will be putting their creative marketing and problem solving skills forward at the 2020 Honey Bee Hackathon.
Businesses looking to invest in new projects or expansion opportunities in Western Australia are reminded applications close soon for a $6.5 million grants program.
Producers are reminded to remove or fence off items containing lead from grazing paddocks following several recent cattle deaths on two South-West properties.
Sheep producers have been reminded to monitor their flocks for signs of flystrike and to take immediate action to protect the welfare of their animals and flock profitability.
The long running national sheep sire evaluation project, Yardstick, is celebrating its 20th year of operation in Western Australia this year.
Horticulture research and innovation has been boosted at the Department of Primary Industry and Regional Development with the appointment of two high calibre lead scientists.
Behind the recently announced quinoa variety Kruso White is years of dedicated research by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development officers in Kununurra.
Russian wheat aphid updateSpring control of redlegged earth mitesAscochyta blight spotted in chickpeasBarley disease update
Fall armyworn in Western Australia
Dog disease alert
Offline mobile map apps
Bringing soils back to life through waterponding