Landholders in the Cloncurry, Saxby and Flinders river catchments and Lake Eyre Basin should attend a prickly acacia control workshop in Stamford.
Organised by Desert Channels Queensland on October 31 it is about understanding the opportunities to control prickly acacia using new regulatory tools and unlocking big savings and efficiencies.
You can find out about the new chemical permit for controlling the weed, applying the national plan to your property, the strategic plan for the Artesian Basin and weed and pasture science.
There will also be demonstrations on how to apply chemicals efficiently and effectively.
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