RnD4Profit-15-02-005 New biocontrol solution for sustainable management of weed impacts to agricultural profitability

A report on developing biocontrol agents for 10 weeds of importance in Australia, including five Weeds of National Significance (WoNS): cabomba, Sagittaria, prickly acacia, silverleaf nightshade and African boxthorn. Fleabane and sowthistle are major weeds of cropping land while mother-of-millions and giant rat’s tail grass impact grazing land. Ox-eye daisy is becoming a serious environmental weed on crown land.

Jumping the Garden Fence

This CSIRO report for WWF Australia explores the environmental and agricultural impacts of invasive garden plants in Australia.

Meat & Livestock Australia weed control publications

MLA invests in weed control research and development (R&D) to create effective and long-lasting methods of eradicating weeds from pastures to create a sustainable feed base for livestock. Find reports, publications and best practice information.