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Digital connectivity is integral to the agricultural industry and agribusinesses in the 21st century.
The State Government has made a $5 million investment in further Doppler technology, as part of the $75 million Agricultural Infrastructure Investment Fund, to provide complete Doppler radar covera
Identification of livestock is required by law under the Biosecurity and Agriculture Management (Identification and Movement of Stock and Apiaries) Regulations 2013 [BAM (IMSA) Regulations].
Former department staff members are eligible to join the Agriculture Western Australia Ex-employees Association for a nominal lifetime fee.
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development's Disability Access and Inclusion Plan for 2018–23 provides strategies for the inclusion of clients and staff with disability through i
This page provides information on how to opt out of biosecurity Industry Funding Schemes.
Applying nitrogen fertiliser to pasture in winter can increase dry matter production of grasses and broadleaf weeds and help reduce feed shortages in winter.
Strict movement requirements exist when importing livestock from interstate and/or overseas into Western Australia (WA).
All pigs entering Western Australia must meet published import requirements and be accompanied by the relevant documentation.
Permits are required for landholders to possess and use registered 1080 or strychnine products for vertebrate animal control on leasehold or freehold land.
When importing livestock into Western Australia, various inspection fees and laboratory testing costs may apply. Charges exist to maintain the quarantine inspection facilities at Kalgoorlie and Kun
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development - Agriculture and Food is committed to clearly outlining the fees and charges that apply for its products and services, as well as how
The potential yield tool uses seasonal rainfall and decile finishes, calculated from historical data, to calculate the maximum wheat yield possible in the absence of any other constraints.
Tropical agriculture on the Ord River in Western Australia's Kimberley region began in 1941.
The north-eastern agricultural area of Western Australia is particularly susceptible to climate variability and projected decreasing rainfall and increasing temperatures.
Comprehensive survey data is collected on Western Australian sheep enterprises and producer intentions every four years by DPIRD.
Lucerne flea activity updateVegetable weevils and slugs are damaging canolaNet blotches found in barley crop and volunteersSeptoria avenae blotch in oats
Growers and consultants are invited to come on tour with the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development soils experts to look at options to manage soil constraints.