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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

Volume 1, Number 5
May, 1960

Front Matter

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Contents
Department of Agriculture, Western Australia

Articles

 

The spirit has not changed
Department of Agriculture, Western Australia

 

Root-bound shrubs
Department of Agriculture, Western Australia

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Time of lambing
W L. McGarry

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Vibriosis
F C. Wilkinson

 

Home made dog biscuits
Department of Agriculture, Western Australia

 

Hybrid tomato shows promise
Department of Agriculture, Western Australia

 

More grazing for pigs
Department of Agriculture, Western Australia

 

Furrowing helps to reclaim salt land
Department of Agriculture, Western Australia

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Australian tractor tests : no. 30
Department of Agriculture, Western Australia

 

Eradicating zamia palms
Department of Agriculture, Western Australia

 

A disease resistant cucumber
Department of Agriculture, Western Australia

Issue cover

Editor: J.A. Mallett


Cover picture: Red-Flowered Gum (Eucalyptos ficifolia F Muell) This tree is indigenous to a number of small areas between the Bowes and Shannon Rivers in the extreme south-west of Western Australia. It is known in every continent, being highly prized for its richly-coloured blossoms which appear in large trusses. It is closely related to the common red-gum or marri and to the mountain gum of the Jarrahwood district. Hybrid forms between the red-flowered gum and the marri are common in cultivation.

Disclaimer

The Chief Executive Officer of the Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia and the State of Western Australia accept no liability whatsoever by reason of negligence or otherwise arising from the use or release of this information or any part of it. The information in this journal was correct at time of publication. For updated and current information please go to the department's website at https://www.agric.wa.gov.au