NRM Fact Sheets

Facts at a glance...

South West NRM Ltd has produced a number of fact sheets covering a variety of subject matter. There is information ranging from the funding options the company offers to the threat that weeds such as Coral Cactus pose to the South West Queensland region.


Rubber Vine is a vigorous climber that smothers native vegetation and reduces agricultural production. Infestations generally start along waterways and from here spread to the surrounding...

Parkinsonia is a Weed of National Significance which forms dense, shrubby impenetrable thickets. Currently 800,000 hectares of land are infested with Parkinsonia. It has the potential to infest...

Mesquite is a Weed of National Significance and a Class 2 declared plant in Queensland. There are at least three species and one hybrid present in Queensland, collectively referred to as...

Parthenium is a Weed of National Significance and Class 2 declared plant, costing Queensland farmers upwards of $22M per year. It is toxic to domestic animals causing conditions including...

Mother of Millions is an invasive succulent herb that is toxic to stock and impacts on native fauna and flora. Mother of millions spreads both from seed and plant parts. It can often be found on...

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,...

 

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