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Improved grazing and feeding management of sheep can reduce methane emissions per unit of product (feed efficiency) or emissions per unit of feed intake (methane yield).

This trial investigated if feeding damage caused by cabbage aphid causes yield loss in canola. The trial was established to re-investigate management guidelines for aphid colonies in canola.

The Podguard line AN14R9012 appears to be a viable option for direct harvesting and delayed harvesting of canola.

In the trial series at Grass Patch, Ballidu, Merredin and Holt Rock, the highest grain yields, oil and gross margins were from the open pollinated variety, so growers should continue to use open po

This trial investigated if row spacing and seeding rate in Albus lupins had an impact on fungal disease.

Because of the dry conditions fungal disease were not evident.

Many landholders use compost and animal manure to improve their soil’s structure, texture, aeration, fertility and water-holding capacity.

Cypress canker or conifer die-back is a serious disease of exotic conifers that is common in Perth.

In general, as long as nitrogen is applied within eight weeks of sowing, there is no yield penalty.

In general, as long as nitrogen is applied within eight weeks of sowing, there is no yield penalty.

In general, as long as nitrogen is applied within eight weeks of sowing, there is no yield penalty. 

Selenium and vitamin E are essential in sheep diets, and work together to prevent and repair cell damage in the body.

In general, as long as nitrogen is applied within eight weeks of sowing, there is no yield penalty.

In general, as long as nitrogen is applied within eight weeks of sowing, there is no yield penalty.

In general, as long as nitrogen is applied within eight weeks of sowing, there is no yield penalty.

In general, as long as nitrogen is applied within eight weeks of sowing, there is no yield penalty.

Caution: Anthrax is a serious zoonotic disease.

In general, as long as nitrogen is applied within eight weeks of sowing, there is no yield penalty.

Previous experience with canola has found there is no yield penalty if nitrogen is applied within eight weeks of sowing and most farmers aim to apply nitrogen within this timeframe.

Canola is now being grown in low rainfall areas. Primarily farmers choose open pollinated TT varieties.

Requirements under the Biosecurity and Agriculture Management Act 2007 and the Biosecurity and Agriculture Management Regulations 2013 apply when importing livestock from interstate and/or

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