North west floods 2019: Expert urges vigilance to combat weeds spreading

By Steven Trask
Updated February 20 2019 - 10:30am, first published February 19 2019 - 1:25pm
An invasive species expert has warned producers to keep an eye on the spread of prickly acacia following massive floods. Photo: DAF
An invasive species expert has warned producers to keep an eye on the spread of prickly acacia following massive floods. Photo: DAF

Land holders in waterlogged western and north western Queensland are being urged to watch out for invasive weeds in the wake of devastating floods. 

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