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Thursday, 21 September 2017 14:57

Flash us your best feral photos and videos

The Annual PestSmart Feral Photo and Video Competition is back for its seventh year, again with great prizes on offer and new categories to enter, including weed infestations.

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2016’s Pantry Blitz, a citizen science project in Western Australia, was so successful that it is once again running in WA and has been extended to include South Australians.

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The nation's farmers and land managers can look forward to new pest animal and weed control technologies such as automated traps, thermal sensors and weed spraying robots, with 23 innovative projects to share in $10.5 million of funding.

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Locomotor performance of cane toads differs between native-range and invasive populations.

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Thursday, 05 January 2017 16:13

Feral cats now cover over 99.8% of Australia

Feral cats cover over 99.8% of Australia’s land area, including almost 80% of the area of our islands.

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Thursday, 13 October 2016 14:36

Don't get stung by unlicensed pest controllers

Port Stephens and Newcastle residents should check their pest controller is licensed following a report of a rogue operator in the area.

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Thursday, 01 September 2016 14:39

Fencing controlling cane toads

Preventing cane toads from entering man-made dams to cool down in the hot, arid zones of Australia kills them in large numbers and is an effective way to stop their spread.

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Tuesday, 14 June 2016 14:48

First predator toxin in 50 years

The fight to stop the widespread damage to agriculture caused by wild dogs and foxes will be fortified with poison baits - Dogabait and Foxecute® - now available for use in Australia.

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Friday, 03 June 2016 11:52

Diseases, pests and weeds

Two of the simplest, cheapest and most effective biosecurity actions you can take are monitoring and keeping a record of the health of your crops and livestock.

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Australia signed arrangements with international trading partners to further support the control of-and manage the effects of-emergency animal disease outbreaks.

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