Honey Locust Update

12th Sep 2013

On ground control works through the Biodiversity Fund - Honey locust control project are
well under way. Honey locust (Gleditsia tricanthos) is a highly invasive tree capable of smothering native vegetation and severely altering the habitat of threatened species. The honey locust
plants form impenetrable thickets and the trunks are protected by large thorns.

If you are on the Severn or Macintyre Rivers NSW, GLENRAC still has some funding to assist you
with Honey Locust control. If your property has Honey Locust and is on the Severn or MacIntyre Rivers please contact Tanya at GLENRAC on 02 6732 3443.

Click HERE to visit the Honey Locust placestory

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