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Various insects and mites can damage vegetables in home gardens at all stages of growth.
Ampelovirus Little cherry virus 2 (LChV-2) is one cause of little cherry disease (LCD) and is an exotic pest to Western Australia.
Under the Biosecurity and Agriculture Management Act 2007 landholders must take control measures to destroy, prevent or eradicate declared pests.
Establishing a healthy and productive orchard requires planning and preparation. You must first select a mango variety and then its propagation method.
Mango fruit produced in the Perth area is seasonally the latest in Australia and receives high prices in WA and interstate.
The Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia's Quarantine WA service offers many co-regulatory arrangements to assist business to meet quarantine requirements and share the responsibil
Whether you are a small landholder developing a small patch of paradise or starting a new enterprise, there are several government approvals required.
Good marketing happens when a business knows its brand, unique selling proposition and target market.
Business planning doesn’t have to be an arduous, drawn out task — it can be a simple, straightforward process that has the potential to turn your enterprise into a more profitable success.
There are many different grazing methods used to improve productivity, maintain desirable pasture species and reduce land degradation.
Promoting your small business is essential.
Septoria spot of citrus (Septoria citri) is an exotic disease to Western Australia. It is a serious pest that causes fruit blemishes, affecting saleability for the fresh fruit market.
If you’re moving or want to export goods to another state or territory, the Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia's Quarantine WA service can help you with information and certifica
Codling moth (Cydia pomonella) is a serious pest of apples and other pome fruit and has the potential to cause severe crop losses. This pest is not known to occur in Western Australia.
While there are lots of things that need to be done every day in a business, it is important to keep our eye on what it is we are trying to achieve; the target outcomes.
Goals are an important part of business improvement. Having SMARTT goals makes it easier to stay on track to success and keep motivated.
The question "Why?" can be a powerful problem finding tool, particularly when it is asked at least five times in a row. The Repetitive why technique uses the question "Why?" to get past the sympto
In any business there are a number of things that have to be in place and working well if the business is to achieve its goals. These are the critical success factors (CSFs).
A How-how diagram helps to identify ways to achieve a goal or solve a problem. It shows a range of possible solutions all in one place.
The Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia supports the growth of Western Australia’s agrifood sector in four key areas: markets, productivity, profitability and people.