The NT Government is continuing its fight against Gamba grass by today launching the 2018 Gamba Action Program.
As most Top End landholders already know, Gamba grass is a highly invasive weed that creates high fuel loads and burns easily – putting lives, property and the environment at risk. That is why together, we need to do everything we can to control it.
The Gamba Action Program means landholders can collect free herbicide and loan equipment to manage Gamba on their property.
Landholders can contact the Weed Management Branch for spray equipment loans, and can obtain free limited herbicide at:
* Freds Pass Sport and Recreation Reserve, Bees Creek 0427 272 586
* Katherine Weed Management Depot 8973 8857
* Bushfires NT, Batchelor 8976 0098
* Territory Wildlife Park, Berry Springs 0401 114 912
* Dundee Beach 8978 2107
* Wagait Shire Council – 8978 5185
* Beatrice Hill Volunteer Bushfire Brigade 0447 074 432
* Milne Volunteer Fire Brigade 8977 9041
* DENR Weed Management Branch (Darwin) 8999 4567
Herbicide will be available from Freds Pass Sport and Recreation Reserve from 8am to midday today, with all other locations open from Monday 3 December.
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources can also help landholders plan their approach to controlling and managing Gamba on their property so their efforts arent wasted. Landholders can call 8999 4567 f