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Introducing new plants to an area can have positive and negative effects on the environment, economy and community.
This page lists species commonly found on or near saline land in southern Western Australia. These species can be used as indicators of the level of salinity and waterlogging on the site.
Revegetating your dream property can be a challenge, so make sure you take the time to plan.
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 have been advised to assess the level of ground cover on their paddocks so they can implement strategies to minimise wind erosion over coming months.
The innovative use of drones to precisely assess soil erosion will save time and money for WA growers.
This page provides seasonally relevant information on conditions and management options for May, June and July 2019 in the agricultural areas of Western Australia (WA).
Visitors to the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development display at the 2018 Mingenew Midwest Expo can access the latest information on digital technology, mapping, resource manage
Most unplanned fires have a drastic effect on a pasture. Fire changes the plant composition and reduces growth and carrying capacity in the following season.
Saline lands in Western Australia (WA) often suffer winter waterlogging, with the levels of salinity and depth to watertable varying markedly both spatially and between seasons.