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A two day program showcasing the latest research, technology, market development and management innovations to improve the productivity and profitability of the WA grains industry. The 2019 GRDC...

We conducted land and groundwater resource availability and risk investigations to determine the potential for developing irrigated agriculture on 30 000 hectares of Cockatoo Sands on the Bonaparte

Growing global demand for Australian beef products, driven primarily by Asian countries, presents opportunities to expand livestock production and value add in the Kimberley and Pilbara regions of

Rainwater run-off from a roof can provide clear, very soft and low-salinity water.

Seed of Roundup ready (RR) and hybrid varieties can be up to 30 times more expensive than retained seed of open pollinated (OP) triazine tolerant (TT) varieties, so getting the seed rate right is e

Irrigation is the most important input for Irrigated agriculture affecting performance, yield and quality of crops.  Irrigation design determines the delivery operation and power use efficiency and

Calling a vet to investigate disease protects our markets: The WA Livestock Disease Outlook provides information about recent livestock disease cases in Western Australia and diseases...

The WA Livestock Disease Outlook - for vets provides information about recent livestock disease cases in Western Australia and diseases likely to occur in the next month. Australia’s...

The Departmentof Primary Industries and Regional Development provides up-to-date information about the coming season and its potential impacts on cropping and agriculture.

Irrigating with water of higher salinity than a crop can tolerate results in yield loss and decreased quality.

This list provides details of a number of consultants providing viticulture and winemaking services to the Western Australian wine industry.

Climate change will affect horticultural production in Western Australia (WA) in a number of ways, and the effects will depend on location, soil type, crop type and management.

This glossary explains some of the terms used on this Western Australian website and in publications about climate, and land and water resources.

This canola diagnostic tool is a comprehensive tool that combines paddock and crop symptoms in one resource.

This field pea diagnostic tool is a comprehensive tool that combines paddock and crop symptoms in one resource.

This barley diagnostic tool is a comprehensive tool that combines paddock and crop symptoms in one resource.

Waterlogging causes soil structure collapse in sodic soils, because the clay particles holding soil particles together disperse.

Sodic soils are common in the south-west agricultural area of Western Australia, where they occur mainly as duplex or gradational profiles.

This wheat diagnostic tool is a comprehensive tool that combines paddock and crop symptoms in one resource.

A new department publication presents the latest research finding for canola research in WA.

  

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