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Weed ID 'Drop In' Sessions, North and South Canberra

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Tuesday, 29 November 2016 (All day)


Weed ID 'Drop In' Sessions

Do you need to brush up on your weed identification skills? Are you interested in learing more about new and emerging weeds? Is there something growing in your paddock that you are unsure of?

Drop in and get the information you need to identify established and emerging weeds FAST!

Rural Services Staff and District Rangers will be avaliable to assist you and we will have potted sampes to help in identifcation as well as information on new and emerging weeds.

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The Weeds Network - Late Feb 2015 News

Working with Weeds ChemFree - Sydney

Our workshop program and registration page is now available for the next ChemFree Weed Management Workshop to be held at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney on the 30th of March 2015.  Numbers are limited so please book early to secure your participation.  Thank you to our supporter Greater Sydney Local Land Services who have subsidised the cost of running the workshop.

This issue of The Weed's News has been supported by Hydrox Technologies who manufacture Hydrox BioCover – a patented, multilayer, degradable mulch film utilising various degradation pathways, allowing for accurate control of degradation rates.

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Mobile QuikSpray Unit available to local landholders

The Southern ACT Catchment Group has a Quik Spray Trailer available to assist landholders and managers across the ACT as well as Googong and the Upper Murrumbidgee catchments to undertake weed contol.

A donation of $50 for the first day and $25 for subsequent days applies. See the flyer attached for conditions.

For more information contact Martin on 62966400 or waterwatch@sactcg.org.au

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