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Revegetating your dream property can be a challenge, so make sure you take the time to plan.
Monitoring water quality and quantity is vital to sustain stock condition during summer and to prevent illness and possible death from toxic pollutants.
Blue-green algae blooms thrive in warm, calm, shallow bodies of water where the water is hard, alkaline and rich in nitrogen, phosphates, carbonates, and organic matter.
Whether your property is 1ha or 2000ha, as a rural landholder you have many responsibilities.
When conducting research on managing your property or starting a new enterprise there are many sources of information from state and local government departments to rural suppliers and industry ass
The land is in your hands is targeted at small landholders throughout Western Australia and aims to promote a better understanding of the importance of caring for the land and bei
Establishing trees on a small landholding not only improves the aesthetics of the block, but can also serve many other useful purposes such as windbreaks or shelter for stock or the house and shed
Manure management on small properties is important to prevent fly and worm breeding, maintain pasture condition, prevent the eutrophication of nearby waterbodies and minimise unpleasant odours.
Tips for purchasing small rural landholdings is designed to assist prospective purchasers with selecting the most suitable property to meet their needs and expectations.
As a landholder it is important to plan ahead for the coming season.