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  • Paul Marynissen
    Posted at 09:44h, 23 March Reply

    6.4 in part states “Water Hyacinth (eichhornia crassipesis) an excellent example of a weed species equipped for water dispersal. The seed is buoyant, being flattened at the apex and containing an air chamber.”. This is incorrect. The seed is released from the plant and sinks to the bottom where it may remain for many years before germinating. We need to get our facts straight if we are to have credibility, additionally, there needs to be a capital E for Eichhornia.
    6.6 in respect to air corridors, smaller airports such as Warnervale airport often receive aircraft (and therefore people) from many areas of the state and further afield. I am sure that Bankstown, The Oaks and Wedderburn would be the same.
    Needs a general clean up in spacings and hyphenations.

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