Weeds affect the natural environment by competing for resources such as water, nutrients, light and space. Many environmental weeds are also weeds of agriculture. We can assess weed extent and severity, assess whether weed outbreaks are manageable (triage) and develop weed management plans. In conjunction with our partners we can carry out environmental weed management on farms, in reserves, on roadsides and in urban areas. We have extensive experience working with a range of weeds including: willows, privet, blackberry, Coolatai grass and other invasive perennial grasses, broom, balloon vine, African boxthorn and Yellow Mimosa. We can also offer training in weed identification and management.