Harrisia Cactus is an aggressive weed species that can form dense, impenetrable infestations. It is highly competitive, with an extensive system of surface feeding, and underground storage, roots. If left unmanaged, harrisia cactus quickly out competes desirable plant species.
This guideline has been prepared under section 15 of the Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002 (Qld) to support successful management of harrisia cactus, a Class 2 declared pest. It sets out an objective, and statutory and non-statutory actions which are...
A 2007 fact sheet on invasive plants and animals produced by Land Protection (Invasive Plants and Animals) for the Queensland Government's Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries. This fact sheet is on Harrisia Cactus, also known as Moonlight Cactus.

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