Orange Hawkweed (Heiracium aurantiacum), discovered in Kosciuszko National Park (KNP) in December 2003, has been treated and controlled for the last 10 years. Systematic surveys to determine the presence/absence of orange hawkweed have been carried out over the last four summer seasons. This has been achieved with limited funding and resources, primarily relying on volunteers to assist in surveying for new infestations and the use of a weed contractor for herbicide applications and some surveys.
Orange Hawkweed Control Program Report 2012-13
This document reports on the status of orange hawkweed within Kosciuszko National Park at the end of the 2012-2013 Orange Hawkweed Control Program.
- 1 July 2013
- Office of Environment and Heritage
- ISBN 978-1-74359-237-3
- ID OEH20130569
- File PDF 2.5MB
- Pages 44
- Name orange-howkweed-control-program-report-2012-13-130569.pdf