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  • Forestry

    $7.1 million injection to support the SE forest and wood products industry

    Phase three of the $27 million South East Forestry Partnerships Program, which supports the development of innovative new products and technologies, is now open.
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  • Golden wheat field closeup

    Finalists announced for SA Rural Women’s Award

    Four impressive finalists are in the running to win the 2015 Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation Rural Women’s Award for South Australia.
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  • View over a presenters shoulder at a workshop

    Workshop to look at Buffel Grass control

    A workshop looking at the best practice management in controlling buffel grass is being conducted by Biosecurity SA in Port Augusta this week.
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  • Apple in a an apple tree

    Supermarkets helps fight Fruit Fly

    The importance of a strong, integrated and seamless biosecurity system to protect against the introduction of fruit fly into South Australia has been highlighted by the rapid detection of fruit fly larvae in two separate consignments from different s…
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  • Have your say on wild dog managment

    Interested in the future management of wild dogs in South Australia?
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  • Detection of illegal sale of Southern Bluefin Tuna

    PIRSA Fisheries and Aquaculture wish to remind the community of the importance of ensuring that any local seafood caught recreationally must not be sold or purchased.
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  • Clipsal visitors asked to help keep SA fruit fly free

    Visitors to Adelaide for the Clipsal 500 race and the Adelaide Fringe and Festival events are being warned to leave any fruit or vegetables at home if they want to avoid a hefty fine.
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  • Apple in a an apple tree

    Sterile insects to hasten fruit fly demise in West Croydon

    Primary Industries and Regions SA will step up its eradication of Queensland fruit fly in West Croydon from next Tuesday when its Biosecurity SA division begins a six-week program to release 10 million sterile fruit flies.
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  • The view over hills to the sea and city

    West Coast Country Cabinet: Fund My Idea winners; 90-day report

    Empowering Aboriginal youth with digital journalism skills and upgrading facilities at Ceduna’s Memorial Hall are the two winning projects for the Regional Development Fund grant program Fund my Idea West Coast.
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  • River Murray

    Additional drought support now available for SA farm businesses

    Drought-affected farmers in South Australia can now access additional financial support, with Australian Minister for Agriculture, Barnaby Joyce, and South Australian Minister for Agriculture, Food and Fisheries, Leon Bignell, announcing application…
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