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Introducing new plants to an area can have positive and negative effects on the environment, economy and community.
Following the extended dry conditions this autumn, weeds are now emerging and becoming a challenge for growers to manage in paddocks that may have patchy crops, crops with staggered emergence or no
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 reviewed control requirements for a range of animal and plant species to help guide efforts in protecting the State’s agricultural
The approach of summer has prompted a reminder to landholders across the grainbelt to check their properties for skeleton weed.
Western Australian grain growers battling the increasing threat of emerging weeds will need to employ robust Integrated Weed Management (IWM) strategies to protect crop yields and profit.
The plants identified here have the potential to cause significant damage to Western Australia's pastoral industry and to the unique biodiversity of the rangelands.
Landholders and residents in the Ord River Irrigation Area (ORIA) are encouraged to be on the lookout for an invasive weed found near Kununurra.
Gardeners in metropolitan and regional Western Australia are asked to keep a lookout for the sale of illegal water weeds after salvinia was reported being sold at weekend markets and online in rece