Undertaking primary weed control is the key to maintaining weed control and eradication.
Techniques we can apply are seasonal management where intervention is best practised before a flowering season.
Approaching an infestation when access is evident before the wet season.
Applying chemical products to a plant when the chemical product is allowed to be taken up in the peak growth season for a particular species.
Primary weed control involves the first step in applying any method and usually done to knock down or remove large portions of growth. This allows the maintenance phase to be practised and allow ease of access, promote regrowth for retreatment applications, recruitment of natives and or weed seeds to become established and recognised to be treated or oppressed.
Primary weed control focuses on removing volume, growth habit and promoting exceptional native and positive growth. All of this done will improve visual capacity of any area.
Auditing, Monitoring & Reporting
Declared, Restricted & Invasive Weeds
Clearing and Declared Weed Control
Rehabilitation and Bushland Maintenance Programs
Riparian Zone and Waterway Programs
Natural Areas Management
Primary Weed Control; Revegetation; Declared, Restricted and Invasive Weeds; Riparian Zone and Waterway Programs; Rehabilitation and Bushland Maintenance; Aquatic Weed Control; Auditing, Monitoring and Reporting
Hot Water Weed Control; Road Network Weed Control; Aquatic Weed Harvesting; Broadleaf Weed Treatments; Primary Weed Control; Clearing and Declared Weed Control