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In the Eastern Wheatbelt, livestock production accounts for a significant portion of income within the typical farming business. The recent run of dry years has depleted the pasture seedbank resulting in pastures that consist mostly of volunteer weeds such as cape weed and radish.

Red Headed Mouse Spider
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A male Red Headed Mouse Spider was brought into Wheatbelt NRM for identification this week by a worker from Grass Valley. The males of the species is starting to emerge in the warmer weather. They will rear up on their hind legs to strike and will act aggressively if disturbed.

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This year’s wet summer has provided a nitrogen windfall for many broad acre farmers in the Wheatbelt.

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RAKALI OR AUSTRALIAN WATER RAT (HYDROMYS CHRYSOGASTER)

 

The name Rakarli comes from the Aboriginal language around the Murray Darling River system. Local Aboriginal names include Murit-ya, Ngoor-joo and Ngurju in the south west of Western Australia.

 

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Jodi Ingram joins Wheatbelt NRM as the Project Delivery Officer with the Marketing and Communications team.

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Healthy Environments

A community feral animal cull has given the Regional Men’s Health Initiative a direct boost of nearly $13,000.

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Growers and consultants are invited to come on tour with Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia soils experts to look at options to manage soil constraints.

 

Hear from the Department's soils experts and innovative growers at large scale and research sites.

 

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