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Eichhornia crassipes Highlighted in the latest newsletter of Weed Spotters is one of the world’s most invasive aquatic weeds – Water hyacinth. Native to South America, the water hyacinth was brought over as an ornamental plant to Australia in 1890s. It has now costed billions of dollars yearly to control as it infests freshwater bodies across the globe.  Water hyacinth are characterised by their swollen, air-filled stem that helps maintain buoyancy in the water; large attractive mauve flowers, that have a … Read More

Last Friday you were either part of, or witnessed one of the largest protest to have occurred in Australia demanding for climate action.  In light of this event, I thought I’d share with you some science on the effects and what to expect of climate change on our environment. The environment as a whole is resilient and more so will adapt to the changes coming – with species loss and disrupted communities-  thus altering the natural environment we know today.    Increased … Read More

A small group of early-adopter Bushland Managers across Victoria gathered in early May to exchange ideas about how software was changing the way they managed the spaces in their care. The minutes from the forum can be downloaded here. In this article we feature 5 evolving approaches. Works Reporting at Merri Creek Tony Faithful presented some ground-breaking practices around Works Reporting in Merri Creek. Armed with Windows tablets toughened for use in the field, the … Read More

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This article was taken from the ABC news website. High profile court cases over the use of weed killer glyphosate are pushing farmers to investigate new ways of managing weeds to meet consumer expectations. Following similar trials in the US, Australian legal action has been launched against agribusiness giant Monsanto — acquired last year by German company Bayer — by a Melbourne gardener who claims his cancer was caused by the herbicide Roundup. Ongoing questions about the … Read More

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