DCQ's prickly acacia treatments sending weed on a downward trajectory

Sally Gall
Updated September 14 2021 - 12:03pm, first published 11:30am
Prickly acacia regrowth in north west Queensland not treated with tebuthiuron pellets.
Prickly acacia regrowth in north west Queensland not treated with tebuthiuron pellets.

Despite a flood the size of which hasn't been seen for decades, natural resource management group Desert Channels Queensland can claim that prickly acacia infestations are on a downward trajectory in its management areas.

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Sally Gall

Sally Gall

Senior journalist - Queensland Country Life/North Queensland Register

Based at Blackall, CW Qld, where I've raised a family, run Merino sheep and beef cattle, and helped develop a region - its history, tourism, education and communications. Get in touch at 0427 575 955 if you've got a story idea for me.

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