This document is a copy of an article published in the Queensland Journal of Agricultural and Animal Sciences Vol. 30, dated 1973, detailing studies into the dynamics and control of the woody weeds Cassia nemophila and Cassia artemisioides in the semi-arid regions of Queensland.
A short pamphlet by W.H. Burrows on the topic of Woody Weeds present in the runoff and runon areas of southwest Queensland.
This document is a copy of an article published in the Queensland Journal of Agricultural and Animal Sciences Vol. 30, dated 1973, detailing studies into the dynamics and control of the woody weeds Cassia nemophila and Cassia artemisioides in the semi-arid regions of Queensland.
A report made in 1996 by C.A. Booth, G.W. King, and F. Sanchez-Bayo, examining four woody weed species; Narrow-Leaved Hopbush, Turpentine, Punty Bush and Silver Cassia.
A report made in 1996 by C.A. Booth, G.W. King, and F. Sanchez-Bayo, examining four woody weed species; Narrow-Leaved Hopbush, Turpentine, Punty Bush and Silver Cassia.
Eucalyptus populnea (poplar or bimble box) can be controlled by ringbarking, mechanical pulling and by direct chemical appiication; fire alone has little effect. The initial ringbarking usually kills only a small percentage of trees, but repeated removal of the coppice growth...
Turpentine (Eremophila sturtii R.Br.) is a tenacious shrub that negatively affects rangeland, and is difficult to control by fire, herbicide or mechanical methods. When above-ground growth is removed, it sprouts vigorously from underground buds on the root system. Uprooting or...

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