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Landholders in Western Australia’s southern Wheatbelt are being asked to look out for and report sightings of the invasive weed hoary cress, which poses a significant threat to agricultural product
The Department of Agriculture and Food is reminding livestock producers to check for lesser loosestrife in their paddocks and closely monitor their livestock’s health.
This page contains information on how to use MyWeedWatcher and on the online weed identification training. MyWeedWatcher enables the general community and community groups to use smartphone and tab
Residents in the South West are asked to look out for the invasive weed gorse and report finds using the new MyWeedWatcher app for mobile devices designed by the Department of Agriculture and Food.
Grain growers, producers and residents in Western Australia now have a better chance of identifying, mapping and managing declared weeds with the launch of the mobile device app, MyWeedWatcher.
Canola is now being grown in low rainfall areas. Primarily farmers choose open pollinated TT varieties.
The preferred approach to management and regulation of widespread and established weeds is through a community coordinated approach.
Testing for herbicide susceptibility allows you to determine what herbicide options are still available to control weeds on your farm.
'Regional Research Agronomy' is the abbreviated working title for the 'Building crop protection and crop production agronomy research and development capacity in regional Western Australia' project
Frost is difficult to manage. It has a significant economic and emotional impact on the whole community.