Minister for Primary Industries, Katrina Hodgkinson, has announced the Government will adopt the majority of recommendations made by the Natural Resources Commission following its detailed review of weed management in NSW.
The Noxious Weeds (Weed Control) Order 2014 (previously referred to by NSW Department of Primary Industries as Weed Control Order No. 30), was published in the NSW Government Gazette No. 23 on Friday 28 February 2014, pages 734 to 845.
The Minister for Primary Industries Katrina Hodgkinson has announced several successful projects under the new $1.1 million Weed Innovation Grants initiative.
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- NSW WeedWise
Information about noxious and environmental weeds in NSW including: Profile, Control (including registered herbicide options), and Legal requirements under the Noxious Weeds Act 1993
- Weed categories and definitions
Definitions and examples of noxious weeds; weeds of national significance (WONS) and national environmental alert list weeds and aquatic weeds.
- Weeds legislation
- Weeds strategy and policy
Legislation, policies and national and state strategies. Relevant forms are also in this section.
- NSW DPI projects
A range of projects being undertaken by DPI including biological control, community involvement, training, policy and research projects.
- Weeds research
The Weeds Research Unit carries out world class research in the areas of weed science, crop, pasture and environmental weed ecology and integrated weed management by cultural, chemical, mechanical and biological control means.
- Weed publications
Factsheets, newsletters, posters, training materials, books and videos about weed identification, management and other issues.
- NSW - No Space 4 Weeds
The ‘NSW – No Space 4 Weeds’ program is a state-wide weed awareness program that highlights that weeds are everyone’s problem and provides opportunities for the community of NSW to become part of the solution.
Courses, delivery modes, dates, locations and contact information.
- NSW Weed Risk Management system
The Weed Risk Management (WRM) system is used to evaluate noxious weed declarations in NSW.
NSW DPI advisory, regulatory, technical, training and extension officers and more.
- Useful links
National organisations and regional committees.