Following the successful Cooperative Land Management Forum held in North East Blackberry Action Group in the Upper Murray last year, the VBT partnered with the Corner Inlet Blackberry Action Group on March 17th in Gippsland to provide information on future options for invasive species management. 40
Corner Inlet Blackberry Action Group and VBT invites you to: Future Opportunities & Challenges for Invasive Species Management Forum. Exploring latest research into: - Blackberry Biocontrol: Dr Robin Adair - Deer Population Growth: Dr Greg Baxter - Good Neighbour Program: Matt Zannini - Roadside Weed Control: Chris Rankin Many landholders have properties bordering
Supporting community efforts to control blackberry is a priority for the Victorian Blackberry Taskforce. Our Community Partnerships Program supports community-led action groups across the state to reduce blackberry in their local area. It funds groups to employ project officers to help drive their activities, which include mapping the
The Victorian Blackberry Taskforce supports the control of blackberry in a sustainable manner. What does this mean? When a blackberry management plan is developed, measures should be taken to minimise off-target damage. Blackberries infest many areas including open paddocks, under storey and creek lines. These require different control
Observations and third treatment for February 2016 was re-scheduled and completed on the 26th April 2016. 26th of April observations: Irrigated Plots (1 and 2) Regrowth - Approximately 30cm . ( Special note: mulched twice since September 28th 2016.) Irrigated Plots (3,4, 5 and 6) Regrowth - Approximately 15-30 cm.
Physical control, how useful is it? The VBT continues to disseminate information on best practice blackberry control via the Weeds of National Significance Blackberry Control Manual. Physical control is an integral part of this by reducing chemical usage and improving access and can be part of
The VBT had received enquiries about unsatisfactory results of Glyphosate. We asked people to give us their experiences using this chemical. The comments centred around poor control rates, the need for constant follow up, increased resistance, off target kills and improved conditions for weed invasion. Bruce