Weed management planning
Weed plans help to identify and prioritise weed management requirements for an area.
There are different types of weed management plans that may provide useful information when developing a property, tenure or industry level weed management plan.
Property level plans help individual land managers to develop and implement on-ground control programs that address legal requirements and are as strategic as possible.
If you have declared weeds on your property, you should have a weed plan to assess, control and monitor those weeds.
You can use all of the following guides to help you develop your own property weed plan:
- for Top End properties read the Top End weed planning guide
- for Katherine properties read the Katherine weed planning guide
- for Central Australia properties read this Central Australia weed planning guide .
- for Barkly properties read the Barkly regional weed management plan .
If you need more information contact the Weed Management Branch.
Catchment plans can be produced to inform weed control programs within surface water catchments or river systems.
These plans should involve all landholders within a catchment to get the best results.
Last updated: 19 July 2018