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The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development’s (DPIRD) Statistical Seasonal Forecast (SSF) outlook for spring, September to November is generally less than 40% chance of exceeding...
The Chemical weed control in canola bulletin has been produced by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, with co-investment from the Grains Research and Development Corporat
Cereal aphid species need to be correctly identifiedDiamondback moth numbers have increased at EsperanceHow to distinguish Fall armyworm caterpillars from other endemic caterpillars...
Tourists venturing to ‘wander out yonder’ with their dogs are urged to keep a close eye on their pets and consider putting them on a lead, muzzling or simply do not take them travelling to prevent
On 19 August 2020, the Hon Alannah MacTiernan MLC, Minister for Regional Development; Agriculture and Food
The 2020 Oat Disease Review has been led by DPIRD pathologist Dr Kylie Chambers, who is a member of the National Hay Agronomy project team.
Snail monitoring using time-lapse cameras show snails move on nights when relative humidity (RH) is above 70% though are most active when RH is above 80%.
To prevent the spread of small hive beetle (SHB) within Western Australia, the movement of commercial honey, bees, apiary products and beekeeping equipment from the Kimberley region to other areas
Travellers, sightseers and other members of the public are reminded to steer clear of travelling along Western Australia’s State Barrier Fence.
Grain growers and consultants have been urged to inspect paddocks for caterpillars and report observations to the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, after increasing reports