Weed wrangling in Australia

Spear thistle. Photo: Judith Gray

Spear thistle. Photo: Judith Gray

The Centre for Invasive Species Solutions has launched a beta version of Weeds Australia, a new nationally focused weeds website providing best practice information on weeds management within Australia.

The site was developed with the weeds’ community front of mind and as they continue to make updates throughout 2020, the project team are seeking your feedback on the site through an online feedback form that can be found at the top right of screen of the site.

The site currently houses information on 398 weeds management profiles, a useful identification tool, an extensive resource library and so much more. The management profiles are currently undergoing a review, which is hoped to be finished in late 2020/early 2021.

This new digital resource was developed through funding from the Australian Government Department of Agriculture, Water and Environment.

Visit the beta site today and see what you think.

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