Biosecurity Manual - Department of Agriculture and Fisheries
Appendix 3.1.5 Table 11 Updates and deletions G Kent PB&PI 11.0 April 2019 12, 12A, 22A, 22B Updates and deletions G Kent PB&PI 12.0 September 2019 21, 22A Correction spelling s21 definitions and amended section 22A(1) G Kent PB&PI 13.0 January 2021 1, 1A, 12, 13, 18A schedule 3.1.2 Updates and deletions. Correction to 18A definitions
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plant or operational work completely or partly within in a declared fish habitat area or a material change of use for aquaculture, see the accepted development requirements in the following documents: Accepted development requirements for operational work that is the removal, destruction or damage of marine plants
Triclopyr 200 g/L + Picloram 100 g/L (e.g. Slasher) 50 mL per 1 L water : Cut stumps to less than 10 cm above the ground and immediately: • paint stump after cutting • spot spray cut stump Follow-up treatment needed on suckers : Triclopyr 240 g/L + Picloram 120 g/L (e.g. Access) 1 L per 60 L diesel ; Either paint stump immediately after cutting
• salvinia (Salvinia molesta) • Senegal tea (Gymnocoronis spilanthoides) • Siam weed (Chromolaena odorata and Chromolaena squalida) • Sicklepods: – foetid cassia (Senna tora) – hairy cassia (Senna hirsuta) – sicklepod (Senna obtusifolia) • Silver …
knowledge (e.g. landholders, local and state government officers). 1.6 Tips for reducing the risk of spread • Avoid driving off-road in areas known to contain declared plants (e.g. giant rat’s-tail grass, parthenium weed) or in other areas that present a risk of vehicle or machinery contamination. • Do not drive through infested paddocks.
York (Queensland) to the Central Coast of New South Wales including the Central Highlands of Queensland. American rat’s tail grass American rat’s tail grass grows to 50−75 cm tall, with a seed head of up to 25 cm long and 0.5−3 cm wide. Distribution: Coastal and sub-coastal areas from Cape York to South East Queensland. Giant Parramatta ...
in the correct method of release. A fleet of seven trucks and 100 men distributed packed eggs across the state. This insect proved to be spectacularly successful in destroying the weed. By 1932, the stem-boring cactoblastis larvae had caused the general collapse and destruction of most of the original, thick stands of prickly pear.
albocinereus (stem-galling weevil from Argentina) produces small galls and is still becoming established in Queensland. Bucculatrix parthenica (leaf mining moth from Mexico) larvae feed on leaves, leaving clear windows in the leaf. Carmentia ithacae is a stem boring moth from Mexico which is becoming established at favourable sites in the
Wandering jew is a ground cover succulent. Stems are soft and easily broken. The fleshy stems root at any node that is on the surface. Leaves are oval dark green, and shiny 5–10 mm long, leaf blades 3–6.5 cm long, 1–3 cm wide, with parallel veins covered with small hairs. Flowers are small white and three-petalled flowers with yellow tipped
• making professional complaint management a priority for the department; • promoting a workplace culture that accepts customer complaints as an opportunity to improve systems, procedures, and processes to provide a high level of customer service.
3.4.2 Development requiring written notification ... This Part establishes provisions relevant to recreation zones, outdoor advertising, Sydney Airport (noise and height) and telecommunications and radio communications . ... Landscape plans & planting schedule ...
buffer zones, land use history, production capacity of the land, seeds and planting stock used, crop rotation practices, pest control practices, harvest, labeling, and shipping; 3. For wild crop producers: evaluation of designated harvest areas, sustainable harvest practices, and re-seeding or pruning activities;
1.3 Consultation 3 1.4 Reference plans 3 1.5 Application forms 4 1.6 Definitions 4 Section 2 Structure of Code ... 22.214.171.124 The types of restricted activities stipulated in the schedule of the Regulations are as follows: (a) The movement or operation of any crane, whether fixed ... The planting of trees with full-grown height extending
3. Propagation methods. 4. Accredited / Good Nurseries in the area 5. Planting material-source, quality and suitability 5.4.3.Orchard / Site planning, Lay out and management 1. Planning, establishment and layout systems 2. Land preparation 3. Planting Season / time and density and transplanting 4. Water and Nutrientmanagement 5.
3. New permanent parking and vehicular use area for four or more vehicles including access to the spaces, excluding parking for single dwelling unit uses on a single lot in single dwelling unit zones and small lot subdivisions in accordance with Section 143.0365 142.0403, 142.0406 -142.0409, and 142.0413 4.
Tables E12.4.1, E12.4.2 and E12.4.3 specify the activity status of land use and development activities pursuant to section 9(3) of the Resource Management Act 1991. • The land disturbance rules that apply to network utilities are located in E26 Infrastructure. Table E12.4.1 Activity table – all zones and roads Activity Activity status
Name of Project Design Development QualityManagementPhase Checklist Project Number: Date: Prepared By: Updated: Action Notes Update the estimate of the Cost of the Work B101-2007 - 3.3.2 Submit Design Development package to Owner and for Peer Review B101-2007 - 3.3.3 Prepare approval letter for Design Development phase completion B101-2007 -
3. It should, however, be ensured that the actual amount of insecticides recommended in the “Package of Practices” should not be reduced. For proper control of weeds, it is always necessary to use flood jet or flat fan spray nozzles. 4. The use of endosulfan 35 EC is not recommended till the decision of Hon’ble Apex Court.