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Friend or Foe? Can you feel the difference between native grasses and serrated tussock?

posted 29 Aug 2011, 16:36 by Narelle Sutton   [ updated 24 Oct 2011, 16:30 by Russell Best ]
Jacksons Creek EcoNetwork (a coalition of Landcare and Friends Groups along Jacksons Creek, Riddells Creek and their tributaries) is hosting a free event to help landholders identify weeds on their properties and suggest control measures.

Bring along a weed for identification and advice on eradication and exchange it for a FREE NATIVE PLANT.

DPI staff will be on hand to help identify and give control advice onserrated tussock and chilean needle grass between 10am-12pm.

When:    Saturday 17th September

Time:      9am-1.30pm - DPI presentation 10am -12pm

Where:   Riddells Creek Farmer’s Market

Presenters

Charlie Grech – DPI presenting different ways they can be tackled

Gerry O’Keeffe –DPI serrated tussock program 09007860

Jeff Larsen – new Extension Officer, Serrated Tussock Working Party 0432681314

Supported by Melbourne Water Grants program & Western Plains Flora


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