Mouse plague grain treatment poison still to be approved, farmers sign up for program

Updated May 31 2021 - 2:04am, first published 1:47am
REGISTERED: Agriculture minister Adam Marshall says farmers are signing up for grain treatment, but the government is still awaiting approval to use bromadiolone. Photo: SIMON SCOTT

Agriculture minister Adam Marshall says hundreds of farmers around the state have registered for free grain treatment to combat the mice plague, ahead of the government's treatment sites becoming operational.



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