Pests starting to damage crops

Perri Polson
June 25 2024 - 2:00pm
Invasive field slug (Deroceras invadens) damaging a canola seedling. Photo: David Stead, Anasazi Agronomy.
Invasive field slug (Deroceras invadens) damaging a canola seedling. Photo: David Stead, Anasazi Agronomy.

Reports of slugs and moths damaging crops in isolated areas across WA have been outlined in the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD)'s recent PestFacts newsletter.

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Perri Polson

Perri Polson

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Perri is an agriculture journalist with Farm Weekly. Born in regional Victoria, Perri developed a love of regional and rural news at a young age, and is now passionate about advocating for the agricultural industry. Her interests include science, agronomy, livestock and food production.

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