Weed management in your region

Regional weed management plans help to prioritise weed management investments to get the best results based on surrounding land type, land uses and weed populations.

Weed management plans:

  • identify the region's priority weeds and associated pathways of spread to inform management priorities
  • identify landscapes that may need prioritised protection from weed impacts like river corridors or sacred Aboriginal sites
  • contain information on alert weeds that are not yet found in the region, but could become major issues if they establish.

There are four regional weed management plans in the NT:

Last updated: 05 February 2019


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