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Farming in the Shire of Muckinbudin in the north east Wheatbelt, can be challenging at times particularly on the sandy ridges which are prone to wind erosion.

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The Cooperative Research Centre for High Performance Soils (Soil CRC) has been established to provide farmers across Australia with the knowledge and tools they need to make complex and difficult management decisions about their soils.

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More than 190 students from nine Western Australian secondary schools attended this year's Muresk Institute's Drone versus Dog trials.

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Wide Open Agriculture are presenting their first round of investor presentations throughout the Wheatbelt with their IPO Roadshows and they are keen to ensure that Wheatbelt residents are the first to be provided with opportunities.

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The Australian Sandalwood Network is an active growers group dedicated towards developing the Australian Sandalwood (Santalum spicatum) plantation industry Australia wide.

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More than 85 people attended the two-day Talkin’ Soil Health Conference in Dalwallinu this week, led by Pip Courtney from ABC TV’s “Landline” and heard from a bounty of speakers, learning and discussing all aspects of soil properties and its health.

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The final sample analysis has been completed for this project, with grain samples being collected in 2017 over the month of November and then analysed in December.

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Following feedback delivered through the Western Australian Livestock Research Council (WALRC), Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) has been made aware of a serious issue across southern Western Australia, concerning the spread of Red Leaf Subclover Syndrome.

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Help us find the farmers who are managing profitable and healthy soils. NRM groups from across WA have joined forces and are once again looking for our latest “Soil Health Champions”.

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More than two-thirds of the nitrogen and one–third of the phosphorus load in the Swan Estuary come from the Avon and Mortlock catchments.

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