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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.
New technology and old-fashioned community spirit have come together to aid the control of the invasive weed water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) in Western Australia’s South West.
Producers in the Great Southern are encouraged to look out for any unusual problem weeds which could pose a risk to agriculture.
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.
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development has reviewed control requirements for a range of animal and plant species to help guide efforts in protecting the State’s agricultural
Skeleton weed surveillance across paddocks this summer will be aided by a new management guide now available to grain growers.
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
The Department of Agriculture and Food is calling for producer and community input into the development of a targeted weed surveillance program for the South West.