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Sometimes, even mother nature needs a hand. Having perfected cost-effective control of invasive Prickly Acacia, we have moved on to seeding key treated areas to turbo charge the recovery of the native grasses that have been decimated by this weed.

Prickly acacia, especially when infestations are thick, has a detrimental on pasture grasses particularly perennials such as Mitchell Grass. In this video, DCQ Field Supervisor Peter Spence talks about an operation where treated Mitchell Grass seed is being planted following the successful control of Prickly Acacia to achieve the return of perennial pastures in a much quicker time than the slower turn of nature.