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NOT INCLUDED: Khaki Weed. LANDOWNERS could be left to foot the bill on weed control,as a new management list of ground pests nears finalisation.
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Producer and former chairwoman of the now defunctLivestock Health and Pest Authority Deb Blackwell said a new list of priority weeds forlocal land services could miss crucial pests.

From next year, theNoxious Weeds Act,which currently governs which weeds are managed by local land services,will be void and replaced by theBiosecurity Act.

Riverina Local Land Services is currently seeking submissions on what plants should be on the new law’s list of priority weeds, with a drafted list of around 60 now under scrutiny.

But Ms Blackwell said she fears that only half the weeds that need managing in the Riverina area will be listed.

“The Biosecurity Act now places the responsibility of weed control on land managers,”she said.

“This is a major concern.”

A pest plant, nicknamed blackjack, was slowly making its way down from northern NSW and would soon impact Riverina farmers, Ms Blackwell said.

Another weed which was becoming a growing concern for farmers was the common suburban lawn pest khaki weed, she said.

It is not included on the current proposed weed management list.

“People laugh when we say khaki weed is an issue – it’s one you find on your lawn,”Ms Blackwell said.

“But they’re a big problem now on farms, because the postman or the guy that comes and reads your water meter, all those issues are bringing these weeds everywhere.”

Wagga City Councillor Paul Funnell said council staff were preparing a submission to have khaki weed assessed and included on the priority management list.

“If you go anywhere in Wagga you will see it all over the place, it is just out of control and I see it as one of the biggest threats to our production going forward,” he said.

“I can’t believe it wasn’t even included on the list.”

Cr Funnell also said hebelieved that there were more in farming areas that council simply were not aware of, and called on producers to contact Riverina Local Land Services with their concerns.

“This is going to be a massive cost shift onto landholders, private landholders, the public and local government everywhere,” Cr Funnell said.

Submissions must be made to RiverinaLocal Land Services by close of business on July 29.

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