Got weeds - take heed! See you at the Henty Field Days!
06 Sep 2022
PRODUCTION ADVICE & NRM NEWS - SEPTEMBER 2022 - INVASIVE SPECIES
By Tara Pitman, Regional Weeds Coordinator
P: 02 6051 2250 | M: 0448 390 288 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Are weeds worrying your production? Do you have a pesky weed in your backyard that you just can’t get rid of?
We are here to help!
If you’re going to the Henty Machinery Field Days, visit us at the Weeds Sheds at Site D-127 (near the sheepdog trials), 20-22 September 2022.
Talk to our friendly staff about:
- Weed identification
- Weed management options
- Biosecurity – legal requirements, yours and ours
- And much more
Don’t forget to grab a copy of the new Priority Weeds of the Murray and Riverina guides, Biological control of weeds, and many other free resources available at the event!
Biosecurity is a shared responsibility - Local control authorities, Local Land Services and landholders take a coordinated approach to weed management in NSW.
If you have any questions before the big event or anytime, please contact your Local Land Services Regional weeds coordinator:
- Murray - email@example.com - 0448 390 288
- Riverina - firstname.lastname@example.org - 0400 330 030
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