GRT WORKSHOP – how to identify and manage giant rat’s tail grass on grazing land | Mt Larcom
Giant rat’s tail grass (GRT) is an aggressive weed that many central Queensland land managers struggle to control.
This workshop will focus on methods and chemicals that work on CQ grazing properties.
Come along and learn:
• how to identify GRT on your property
• what chemicals will get the best results
• how grazing practices can stop GRT from spreading
• what’s worked on other local properties and why
Born and bred in Rockhampton, Ross has worked with tropical and subtropical pasture system agronomy for the past two decades. This work has taken Ross to every mainland state in Australia and internationally to gain a wealth of experience surrounding pasture productivity, management, and identifying potential solutions to commonly occurring problems with grazing systems.
With experience in grazing, pasture and soil management, Kerrie understands the importance of a holistic approach for achieving productive and healthy agricultural landscapes. Kerrie helps landholders with herbicide selection and application methods as part of their broader strategy for tackling issues such as GRT and woody weeds.
When – Wednesday 21 September | 8:30am – 4pm
Where – Mt Larcom Hall | 47 Raglan Street
Morning tea and lunch provided. Please bring a hat, notepad and water bottle.
RSVP by 17 September to Vicki
0419 160 537 | firstname.lastname@example.org
This project is funded by the Australian Government’s Reef Trust with support from Fitzroy Basin Association.