Commencement date

November 2019

Completion date

March 2021


Funding Provider


Project lead organisation


Liebe Group

Project background

Recent research has indicated that the types of summer weed appearing has changed with new species becoming present. It is important to understand what species comprise the summer weed spectrum to aid growers in being able to identify and manage their summer weed populations. The purpose of this project is to expand the understanding of WA’s current in-paddock summer weed flora, to better inform possible future initiatives on identification and management of summer weeds. The project will include a total of 210 paddock surveys across the 6 agricultural zones and will be conducted in the summer of 2019-20 and then again in the summer of 2020-21.

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