Tag: pirsa

Grain yield ‘promising’

Seeding is well under way at most farms across South Australia, despite the dry conditions, with total grain production for the 2024-25 season predicted...

‘Think before you spray’

Adry May, but with good June rains expected, has most grain producers across the state currently dry seeding.
The Department of Primary Industries and Regions...

Growers prepare for future

Preparing wine grape growers for future droughts - and climate change impacts - will be the focus of the upcoming GrowStrong program, to be...

Restrictions ease offshore

Restrictions are beginning to ease for the boating and fishing community in the Limestone Coast following the detection of the Abalone viral ganglioneuritis (AVG)...

Pots can be pulled

Holders of commercial rock lobster pot licences and recreational rock lobster registrations are able to retrieve pots within the Abalone Viral Ganglioneuritis (AVG) Control...

Pest sea creatures deterred

Professionals fishers in the Lakes and Coorong have recently been given special State Government permission to use underwater percussion devices to deter long-nosed fur...

‘Lucrative’ opportunity

Alucrative South East professional abalone licence has come onto the open market with bids in excess of $5m being sought for the authority, vessel...

Landholders feel love

Landholders near Tintinara and Ngarkat can control African lovegrass infestations on their property by joining the free African Lovegrass Control Program. The Department of Primary...

Environment leader visits

High-level talks about the future management of Lake George and environs have recently been held on site. Members of the Lake George Management Committee met...

Snapper program launched

Adedicated information hub providing a one-stop source of information relating to the Snapper Science Program and Snapper recovery was launched last week. The webpage, located...

Spring rainfall ‘critical’

Below average rainfall received in significant areas of South Australia during July and August may limit crop potential after a promising start in autumn...

Farmers target priority weed

Alandholder information workshop on managing the pest plant African lovegrass will be held at Tintinara tomorrow. African lovegrass has become a focus under the two-year...

PIRSA eases bee movement restrictions from ‘emergency zone’

South Australia has expanded interstate locations from which bees and bee products may be moved into South Australia. PIRSA is now accepting applications for permits...

Deer cull program a success

The South Australian Forest Products Association (SAFPA) has hailed the joint PIRSA and Limestone Coast Landscape Board’s successful feral deer culling program. SAFPA chief executive...

Work begins on research centre rebuild

Work is under way to prepare for the rebuild of the Struan Research Centre near Naracoorte, following a devastating fire that occurred in November...