Why pest control is so important to Australia’s food supply
The pest control industry employs tens of thousands of people in Australia.
And while it is an industry that has thrived for a long time, the Australian government is struggling to fund it in the face of declining public support.
In the early 2000s, the country was gripped by the worst drought in Australian history.
And with the climate changing, pests were becoming more aggressive.
The result was the rise of superweeds that had no known natural predators, and a rise in disease.
In 2012, the government introduced new pest management laws, but they failed to prevent the spread of superweed and spread pest populations.
The Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF) has made good progress, but the problems persist.
In an effort to address these challenges, the Commonwealth Government commissioned research that analysed how pest control was performed in the US and found that pest control systems performed at the lower end of what we would expect for a country of this size.
The research revealed that pest management was more effective in Australia when the country had more native species and less native pests.
The findings have been reported in the journal Global Environmental Change.
But it’s not just pest control that is affected by the changing climate.
Pest control also depends on the amount of rain, soil and soil moisture.
So the longer the rain season, the greater the risk that pest populations will rise and spread, and the more effective pest control will be.
Australia has the lowest soil moisture in the world, but when it rains, its not good for pest populations to spread.
And when Australia has high rainfall, it has less soil moisture and higher levels of pest populations than other parts of the world.
In fact, the amount and type of rainfall we get varies greatly across the country, which can lead to the spread and increase of pest outbreaks.
In NSW, for example, the average rainfall is just 1.5mm.
In Victoria, the rainfall is 7.5 to 12mm, and in Queensland, it is up to 20mm.
So, while the Australian Government is trying to reduce the impact of climate change on pest management, the issues are not going to go away.
While there is no easy solution to the problems posed by climate change, we can work together to find solutions that are both cost-effective and effective, according to the report.