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Skeleton weed can reduce crop yields by competing for moisture and nutrients (mainly nitrogen). This guide helps you manage and eradicate skeleton weed infestations on your property, and helps to stop the spread across WA. Without the coordinated program aimed at controlling the spread, skeleton weed would now be much more abundant and widely established throughout cereal growing areas.
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Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
Perth, Western Australia
skeleton weed, control program, agriculture, biosecurity, dpird
Agriculture | Plant Sciences
Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia. (2023), Skeleton weed in Western Australia: Control program 2023–2024. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Perth, Western Australia. Report 4929.
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