He puka tohutohu mō te patu otaota orotā
Guide to controlling pest plants
Introduced pest plants are a threat to our native biodiversity.
They can suppress, out-compete or even kill our native plants. When uncontrolled, some pest plants can spread and take over whole properties. Controlling pest plants helps protect and restore our native biodiversity.
If you are thinking about controlling pest plants on your property, you must first be able to identify them. Once you know how to control each species, monitor the weeds to see how they respond to your control.
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