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As part of Cactus Month during November, landholders and community groups have been reminded to look out for and report cactus.

Travellers to WA’s north are reminded that Quarantine Areas remain in place around Kununurra and Wyndham to protect against citrus canker.

Expressions of interest are now closed for positions on the Biosecurity Council. Details of the selection criteria and guidelines for nominating for a position are found within this page.

The Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia released a draft pest risk analysis and pest categorisation report as part of a policy review relating to the importation of fresh table gr

New livestock inspectors are taking up positions in Kalgoorlie and Broome to strengthen the State’s commitment to animal welfare.

The Department of Agriculture and Food is encouraging people in regional and metropolitan areas to participate in the State’s inaugural Biosecurity Blitz from 18-30 September.

The 2014 Sheep Updates has delved into the history of genetic improvement in WA and the emerging issues in genetics and genomics.

Wheat growers are set to benefit from a new Department of Agriculture and Food research project that seeks to improve measures to protect wheat crops from the fungal leaf disease, powdery mildew.

A new declared pest rate (DPR) for 2018-19 has been proposed for the control and eradication of Mediterranean fruit fly in the Carnarvon region. 

Sheep farmers can learn how to combine the science of genetics and ewe nutrition to boost reproduction rates and productivity at a series of Bred Well Fed Well workshops starting next month.