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There are many hundreds of species of spiders in Australia which play a beneficial role in our environment by eating insect pests.
Find out more about the most common insect pests of citrus trees occurring in home gardens in Western Australia and their control using natural or low toxic chemical controls.
Soil organic carbon is a measureable component of soil organic matter.
Western Australia remains relatively free of pests and diseases that adversely affect our agricultural industries and environment.
Pregnancy toxaemia and hypocalcaemia affect lambing ewe flocks and have similar signs but different causes.
Clothes moths, carpet beetles and silverﬁsh can be destructive household pests. This information will help you recognise what they look like and understand their habits and where they live.
European wasps are declared pests in Western Australia and must be reported. Learn about European wasp distinguishing features and behaviours.
Avocados have an unusual flowering behaviour that is affected by temperature, particularly cold conditions which can impact on the level of fruit set.
Herbicides play a vital role in integrated weed management programs.
Various insects, nematodes and mite pests can damage tomato crops in the home garden and nematodes, russet mites and budworms can be especially destructive. The plants can be damaged at all stages