Stamford Field Day

20/09/2018 Field Day 0 Comments

Break out of your Prickly Acacia problem at our ‘shed the shackles’ field day at the old school in Stamford, Wednesday, 31st October from 9:30 to 3:00. REGISTER HERE

It’s about:

  • understanding the opportunities to control Prickly Acacia using the new regulatory tools
  • unlocking dramatic savings and efficiencies in Prickly Acacia control

If you are:

  • a landholder in the Flinders, Saxby and Cloncurry river catchments
  • a landholder in the Lake Eyre Basin catchments
  • a shire rural lands officers
  • anyone else who is interested

… then you need to be there.  REGISTER HERE to reserve your spot.

What’s on the menu:

  • using the new chemical permit for controlling Prickly Acacia (Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority permit to use, under strict conditions, low cost residual herbicide in previously restricted areas – delivers dramatic efficiency gains and cost reductions)
  • applying the DCQ WoNS AMP to your property (Weeds of National Significance Area Management Plan enables significant efficiency and cost reduction gains for Prickly acacia control by shifting the focus to only protecting mature native trees)
  • the strategic plan for the Great Artesian Basin
  • weed and pasture science
  • NRM investment focus for the 18-19 financial year
  • demonstrations on how to apply chemicals in the most efficient and effective way
  • spot prize of residual herbicide

When and where:

  • Old Stamford School House
  • Wednesday, 31st October 2018
  • 9:30 am to 3:00 pm

What else:

  • smokos, lunch and cool drinks provided
  • bookings essential
  • secure your spot by phoning DCQ on 4658 0600, or call Doug Allpass on 0427 427 090.
  • if you prefer, book online here

Stamford is on the Winton to Hughenden road, 153 km from Winton and 61 km from Hughenden.