The IUCN World Parks Congress 2014 is a landmark global forum on parks and protected areas held once every 10 years. The Congress will be hosted in Sydney, Australia from 12 – 19 November 2014, on the theme Parks, Planet, People: inspiring solutions. For more inforRead more »
Friday 4th April 2014 At the NSW Teachers Federation Conference Centre, 37 Reservoir Street in Surry Hills Sydney Weeds Committees Inc. is hosting a one day technical forum for weed management professionals and operational staff working across the Sydney and Blue MRead more »
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Weed Control Techniques – Skirting vines
Weed control techniques – Digging out tubers
Weed control techniques – foliar spraying
Weed control techniques – Intro
‘Ochna serrulata’ is sometimes grown in Australian gardens as an ornamental shrub. Attracted by the copious bright red seeds, birds spread it into public spaces and bushland. It is very difficult to eradicate. In this film Marita Macrae shows how … Continue reading
Native to Brazil, this vine is a pest in Australia. Alan Hill describes the plant and shows how to eradicate it – location is North Smoky Beach in Hat Head National Park.
Bitou bush infests 900km of NSW coast. Following upon primary eradication the seed bank must be removed. Volunteers are essential. Shows how to identify native plants sometimes confused with Bitou.
Gap Beach is a subtropical paradise. Control of Bitou Bush has enabled recovery of native vegetation on beach and in littoral rainforest. The Magic Palm Tree. Large goanna, kangaroos, surfing.
Bitou bush infests 900km of NSW coast. Demonstrates the splatter gun which accurately delivers a measured dose of herbicide up to 10 meters. Weeding ‘productivity’ increased tenfold.Hand weeding remains important.
Bitou bush infests 900km of NSW coast. Part 1 of a series outlining the problem, shows how to successfully defeat it. Bushcare volunteers essential.