Milestone: WildDogScan app reaches 125,000 entries

Milestone: WildDogScan app reaches 125,000 entries


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The Centre for Invasive Species Solutions WildDogScan monitoring and management resource now contains more than 125,000 entries of wild dogs, attacks, and management actions. The free resource continues to provide a valuable tool for farmers, landholder groups, wild dog controllers and biosecurity groups across Australia. (more…)

Wild dogs left with nowhere to hide following large-scale coordinated baiting program


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Western Local Land Services and landholders who are members in 22 pest management and Western Landcare groups have carried out one of the largest ever wild dog baiting programs in the Western Division. (more…)

Making farms safer from age 2 to 92


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This Farm Safety Week, the National Farmers’ Federation is urging farmers to take stock of what safety means to all farm participants whatever their age. (more…)

$283 million for NSW bushfire recovery projects


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NSW communities impacted by the 2019-20 Black Summer bushfires will benefit from $283 million in funding for 195 projects through Stage Two of the Bushfire Local Economic Recovery Fund. (more…)

Check cereal crops for Russian wheat aphid

Check cereal crops for Russian wheat aphid


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New South Wales grain growers are advised to monitor developing winter cereal crops for Russian wheat aphid (RWA) this season, and to consider treatment only if infestations are approaching potentially damaging levels. (more…)