Identification and management plans for both terrestrial and aquatic
weeds. Terestrial weeds are highly invasive species that, if left
unchecked, can lead to a range of financial and ecological problems
including loss of rainforest, pastural damage and stock losses.
Aquatic weeds proliferate rapily leading to waterway congestion
and pollution impacting on aquatic ecologies, irrigation systems
and stock drinking water.
weeds include species such as: - Dutch Pipe (),Morning Glory,
(Ipomoea purpurea), Mother of Millions (Bryophyllum spp), Cats
Claw Creeper (Macfadyena unguis-cati). Common Aquatic weeds include
Water Hyacinth (eichhornia crassipes), Salvinia (Salvinia molesta),
Water Lettuce (Pistia stratiotes) and Alligator Weed (Alternanthera
philoxeroides) and each responds to different management techniques.