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Understanding how your fertiliser spreader’s distribution pattern can vary when using different fertiliser products can result in higher productivity and healthier waterways. This is just one of many facts being shared with farmers...

A recent study into the health of Peel’s waterways as part of the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation’s Healthy Rivers program has revealed a good diversity and abundance of native fish and crayfish....

REI people

February 26, 2018

Introducing Sam Taylor, member of the DairyCare Effluent Technical Working Group or ‘Kenny’ to his dairy farmer mates. Not only is Sam a skilled agronomist, he is also a creative writer. A competition was run by our REI project...

Celebrity gardener John Colwill from Beyond Gardens, joined the Leschenault Catchment Council to share tips with the public on how to create a waterwise garden using minimal fertiliser and resilient local native plants, without...

The Department of Water and Environmental Regulation was recently invited to present at a Western Australian Local Government Association Natural Area Management Network Forum (NAMN), hosted by the Shire of Collie, to discuss improving...

Water monitoring stations called lysimeters being installed to monitor nutrient leakage. A scientific trial using the soil amendment product Iron Man Gypsum (IMG) that stops fertiliser washing from soils to groundwater and polluting wate...

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