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    Month: November 2019

    Blackberry identification & control

    The SEA strives to empower its community by sharing knowledge and information about the local flora and its biggest competitors; weeds!

    For more information about blackberries and control strategies visit the Blackberry Task force website.

    Full photo credits for these amazing images which assist greatly with identification must go to our generous friend Kevin Sparrow. …Read more »

    Mainstreaming Biochar Field Day

    We asked if Farmers they were interested in mainstreaming biochar into their farming regime and the overwhelming response was YES! The Gorae west trial site has certainly generated a lot of interest over the past few months including a stop over with international guests from the Australia New Zealand Biochar International Conference.

    The overall buzz …Read more »

    Re – gen – er – ation…we are having so much fun…regeneration!

    A visit from SW TAFE students enrolled in Certificate II in Horticulture, provided a fresh injection of enthusiasm to the Reserves carers; Tarragal Landcare.

    Students practiced their skills in identifying weeds and endemic native plants on the reserve.  They observed the important role the subsequent decaying plant material plays,(including logs) in providing the emerging …Read more »

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