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Drones have been taking to Wheatbelt skies in a bid to improve surveillance and control of a key agricultural pest plant, skeleton weed.
Pilbara travellers are reminded to keep a lookout for Noogoora burr after the invasive weed was found at Carawine Gorge, a popular camping spot on the Oakover River.
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development is urging home gardeners to hand in a prohibited plant mistakenly sold in Western Australia over summer.
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development has welcomed the support of South West residents in joining the search for a new invasive weed.
Home gardeners in Western Australia are commended for heeding a call to help prevent the establishment of a decorative declared plant mistakenly sold in WA over summer, but more are encouraged to d
Kununurra residents have been asked to check their properties for the aquatic weed, salvinia, after the invasive plant was discovered in the townsite recently.
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Work is about to commence at several sites throughout the grainbelt on a new project to support the adoption of high value pulses in Western Australia.
Curtin University agribusiness graduate Jefferson Allan has been awarded the Noel Fitzpatrick Medal from a field of five outstanding finalists at the Young Professionals in Agriculture Forum yester