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50,000 oysters find new home at Windara Reef

More than 50,000 native oysters have been introduced to Windara Reef this week as part of Australia’s biggest reef restoration project, led by The Nature Conservancy.

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Nominations open for Ministerial AgTech Advisory Group

Nominations are being sought for a new Ministerial AgTech Advisory Group, as part of the Marshall Liberal Government’s concerted focus to grow primary industries in South Australia.

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Nation-leading project to boost SA vineyard biosecurity

The Marshall Liberal Government is providing $75,000 towards a nation-leading project which will see South Australian vineyard biosecurity launched into a new digital era.

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New appointment to ForestrySA Board

Experienced Board Director Tim Stollznow has been appointed to the ForestrySA Board.

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Don't hop into SA with fruit fly these Easter holidays

Interstate travellers heading into South Australia during the school and Easter holidays are being reminded to leave fruit and vegetables at home and avoid risking a fine.

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New Rabbit Control Coordinator hopping into action

A new Rabbit Control Coordinator has been appointed as the Marshall Liberal Government is working with landholders to wipe out local populations of Australia’s most destructive environmental and agricultural pest.

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Wild dog control remains a priority

Protecting South Australia’s $4.3 billion livestock industry from the threat of wild dogs remains a high priority for the State Government.

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Winner crowned at SA Rural Women's Awards

Palmer farmer Deanna Lush has been named the South Australian winner of the 2019 AgriFutures Rural Women’s Award at a ceremony today at Urrbrae House in Adelaide.

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Unregistered hives prompt reminder to bee good

Beekeepers in South Australia are being reminded to register and brand their hives after a number of unregistered hives were discovered in the Lower South East.

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Final line-up for the new Minister's Recreational Fishing Advisory Council announced

The Minister’s Recreational Fishing Advisory Council has been finalised with the announcement of the five successful individual representatives to complete the nine-member council.

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