Weeds of the south-east: an identification guide for Australia.
The third edition of this popular title has been fully updated and reorganised to recognise recent taxonomic changes. It also includes additional species, many new photographs and the latest distribution information. Written in easy-to-understand language and beautifully illustrated, this is a field guide for anyone interested in the identification of pest plants and the preservation of our native flora. Covers weeds of agriculture, bushland, waterways, gardens, roadsides, wasteland and amenity areas, as well as new and emerging problem species. An essential tool for community land and bush care organisations, local and state government weed officers and advisers, rangers, agronomists, agriculturists, survey and identification botanists, horticulturists, landscapers and gardeners.
Weeds of northern Australia: a field guide.
This book is a full-colour revised and expanded edition of the previous publication ‘Weeds of natural ecosystems: a field guide to environmental weeds of the NT’.
The weeds book features detailed descriptions and photographs of over 80 weeds species that are found in northern Australia and outlines the best control and eradication measures for these species. The book also includes a section on quarantine threats- that is weeds which aren’t yet present in northern Australia but which would thrive if introduced. This book is an invaluable tool for land managers across northern Australia. Hopefully it will assist us to stem the spread of weeds, which are one of the biggest environmental problems in northern Australia.
Bush invaders of south-east Australia: a guide to the identification and control of environmental weeds found in south-east Australia.
A field guide covering all of Victoria, Tasmania, the ACT and much of South Australia, it allows the reader to identify the most serious environmental weeds in the region and offers comprehensive details on their control and removal.