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Restricted movement of Citrus

The Department of Primary Industry and Resources (DPIR) is asking the public to check their citrus plants for the suspected citrus canker disease.

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Territorians urged to check citrus plants

The Department of Primary Industry and Resources is urging the public to check their citrus plants for the suspected citrus canker disease.

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1500 baby barra released into Palmerston lakes

If you’re hoping to hook a barra in Palmerston your chances have just improved.

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Paving the way for agriculture and aquaculture collaboration with Japan

The Northern Territory and Japanese governments have developed a Master Plan that will act as a road map to future agriculture and aquaculture investment in the Northern Territory.

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Remote monitoring of calving could be a game changer

A system that allows calving to be remotely monitored could potentially reduce calf loss and improve incomes for northern beef producers.

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Scholarship winner announced

The Northern Territory Government has provided a pathway for a young Darwin man to enter the resources industry through the Earth Science/Mining/Petroleum Scholarship.

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Department attends the 34th Northern Territory Cattlemen's Association Conference

The Department of Primary Industry and Resources proudly sponsored last week’s 34th Northern Territory Cattlemen’s Association (NTCA) Industry Conference.

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Save the date – Mango Research and Development Forums – 9 and 10 May 2018

Mango growers, producers, consultants and agronomists in the horticulture sector are invited to two Mango Research and Development (R&D) Forums in May.

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Successful 2018 AGES wraps up

Presentations and abstracts from the 2018 Annual Geoscience Exploration Seminar (AGES) are now available on the Department of Primary Industry and Resources (DPIR) website.

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Northern Territory Rural Women’s Award winner announced

Linda Blackwood was last night announced as the Northern Territory (NT) winner of the AgriFutures™ Rural Women’s Award for a project which would see station managers digitally access the records and accreditations of potential contractors.