The first of five trial fish attraction device (FADs) has been dropped into the ocean just off Dundee Beach to help enhance and expand recreational fishing opportunities in the Territory.
The citrus canker emergency response is set to move into its next phase, with removal of citrus plants due to commence in restricted areas over the coming weeks. Small scale removals will begin with priority residences within the Greater Darwin and Katherine regions.
Territory women can nominate now for the 2019 AgrifuturesTM Rural Women’s Award.
Public comments are currently being taken on proposed amendments to the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals (Control of Use) Act.
Audio fact sheets on citrus canker, a contagious bacterial disease which affects all citrus plants, are now available in Kriol and Yolngu Matha.
Northern Territory residents are being invited to participate in the Territory wide 2018-19 recreational fishing survey.
About 70 producers, advisors, consultants and government staff travelled to Victoria River Research Station on 15 and 16 August for a highly successful field day and BeefUp Forum.
A major new airborne geophysical survey is underway in the Tanami Desert – one of the first major products to be released under the Territory Government’s new $26 million Resourcing the Territory initiative.
Ninety thousand Blacklip Rock Oyster spat (juvenile oysters) have been transported from the Department of Primary Industry and Resources’ Darwin Aquaculture Centre (DAC) to the Warruwi community on South Goulburn Island.
Water points and grazing systems were key points of discussion for 27 research scientists and industry stakeholders visiting Alexandria Station for the Barkly Landcare and Conservation Association Field Day on Wednesday 25 July.