Field Day: Onion Grass Control

posted 6 Oct 2011, 22:01 by Taiss Q
Glenelg Hopkins CMA invites you to see how Onion Grass is successfully controlled using strategic management

When: Tuesday 11th October 2011

Time: 9:30am - 12:30pm

Where: Mawallock, 3802 Geelong Road, Stockyard Hill (managed by Troy Smith)

What: The ‘Mawallock Grassland Project” was established in November 2010 to demonstrate the benefits of Native Pasture Management including onion grass control to increase productivity, and deferred grazing strategies at a farm paddock scale.

  • Learn how to make the most of native grasses based on eight years of research undertaken by the Department of Primary Industries near Ararat.
  • Learn how enhancement of native grasses at the farm scale for the conservation of the ecosystems associated with the Victorian Volcanic Plain could benefit your farm.
Contact: Aggie Stevenson, Glenelg Hopkins CMA Biodiversity Projects Coordinator

RSVP:
 (03)5571 2526 or a.stevenson@ghcma.vic.gov.au, Morning tea supplied
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