WA government to provide $9.1billion for regional infrastructure

WA government to provide $9.1billion for regional infrastructure

The Western Australian government has committed billions of dollars to regional WA.

Finance and banking

13 SEPTEMBER 2021
Scented lures could help catch wild dogs in WA

Scented lures could help catch wild dogs in WA

New odour-scented lures could be the key to reducing wild dog populations in Western Australia.

Farm office

09 SEPTEMBER 2021
Remarkable turn out at Dowerin Field Days

Remarkable turn out at Dowerin Field Days

People from far and wide travelled to attend this year's Dowerin Field Days in WA.

Farm office

27 AUGUST 2021
Harvester forums to be held next month in WA

Harvester forums to be held next month in WA

Forums in WA next month will help show how to get the best out of harvesters.

Agronomy

25 AUGUST 2021
WA growers urged to watch for root and foliar diseases

WA growers urged to watch for root and foliar diseases

WA grain growers are being urged to keep an eye out for Sclerotinia and net blotch disease.

Agronomy

23 AUGUST 2021
$15.1 million invested to strengthen WA's biosecurity

$15.1 million invested to strengthen WA's biosecurity

A multi-million dollar investment will boost WA's biosecurity capabilities.

Farm office

18 AUGUST 2021
Online forum for mouse management to be held for WA  grain growers

Online forum for mouse management to be held for WA grain growers

With reports of mice activity in WA, the GRDC is holding an online forum on mouse management.

Farm office

11 AUGUST 2021
Research looks at the effect of legume pasture on sheep

Research looks at the effect of legume pasture on sheep

Legume pasture systems are showing promising results on improved sheep production and weight gain.

Sheep

04 AUGUST 2021
Canola growers encouraged to assess sclerotinia stem rot risk

Canola growers encouraged to assess sclerotinia stem rot risk

SclerotiniaCM decision tool app will support growers with their decision to spray for disease.

Agronomy

04 AUGUST 2021
Positive signs for Tambellup community crop

Positive signs for Tambellup community crop

The Tambellup community crop in WA has provided well-earned proceeds to help revamp the town.

Farm office

29 JULY 2021
Optimal oaten hay quality requires careful N balance

Optimal oaten hay quality requires careful N balance

With above average rainfall in WA it is important for farmers to consider nitrogen applications.

Agronomy

14 JULY 2021
Woolgrowers can have their say about the wool industry

Woolgrowers can have their say about the wool industry

Australian woolgrowers get the chance to have their say on the levy rate for R&D.

Sheep

12 JULY 2021