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Declared weed taking advantage of cooler conditions

16 May 2022

The declared weed African boxthorn will be taking advantage of the recent cooler weather and moisture. It will look green and healthy, which offers the ideal time for control as the weed is easily seen.

Say hello to the new DO

16 May 2022

The Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board’s new District officer (DO), Rob McGregor, has lived in the region since 1991 and will be based in the Cambrai area to assist landholders with their pest plant and animal control issues.He grew up in Whyalla and spent much of his childhood fishing, and riding motorbikes, this love of exploring the outdoors helped foster a desire to work outside.

Precious plant for a precious person

09 May 2022

Families made lifelong memories and were involved in something significant to celebrate Mother's Day on Sunday 8 May 2022, while helping a nationally vulnerable plant to survive.

Successful funding bid targets priority pests

03 May 2022

The Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board and its partners recently submitted an application to the Landscape Priorities Fund to control priority pests and weeds on and around the River Murray.

Foxes heading for their holes

27 April 2022

The Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board annual fox bait distribution days were held between February and March across 13 sites in the Murraylands region to assist landholders in managing the detrimental effects of foxes.

Winning against invasive grasses

31 March 2022

The Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board District Team are succeeding with targeted control programs for the highly invasive declared weeds, coolatai grass (Hyparrhenia hirta) and buffel grass (Cenchrus ciliaris) in the Riverland.

Farming in a changing environment

31 March 2022

In a world of environmental change and uncertainty, we are seeing an increasing focus on the importance of soil. But how resilient is soil? What makes it resilient and what is being adopted in response to the changing environment?