Use wisdom on pests

Updated September 22 2015 - 2:06pm, first published October 2 2014 - 4:00am
The project aimed to encourage local wildlife to the area through revegetation, improve water quality and biodiversity in the wetland by constructing a recycle pit to treat farm run-off and provide habitat including snags for fish and a nesting box for owls.
The project aimed to encourage local wildlife to the area through revegetation, improve water quality and biodiversity in the wetland by constructing a recycle pit to treat farm run-off and provide habitat including snags for fish and a nesting box for owls.

HAVING a problem with rats on your cane farm? How about creating a cosy home for a natural predator, which will control pests while you sleep.

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