My Weed Watcher

MyWeedWatcher enables users to identify weeds, conduct surveys on weeds of interest and report on the presence of declared weeds.

The identification guide allows users to quickly search for a weed according to plant characteristics such as flower colour, leaf shape, and plant type.

The survey/reporting feature enables users to map weeds, add images and record survey data such as weed density, weed counts, confidence of identification, and notes on control activities done.

My Pest Guide

MyPestGuide lets you quickly identify pests and report your observations instantly to the Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia (DAFWA). 

By using the MyPestGuide app you will be supporting your local community, defending Western Australia’s agriculture industry and protecting the natural environment from unusual or suspected exotic pests. 

The information gathered by MyPestGuide will be used to infer Australia’s freedom from pests and diseases in order to maintain access to overseas markets. 

Welcome to the new pest monitoring and surveillance community!

 

Get Involved

Baseline data is vital for effective control of Declared Pests and we need your help.

We need you to tell us where they are, what they are doing and how you are being impacted.

 

We are particularly interested in signs and sightings of our current focus declared pests:

  • Feral Pig, Feral Rabbit and European Red Fox

  • Narrow Leaf Cottonbush, Paterson’s Curse, Cape Tulip, Bridal Creeper and Cleavers.

 

And any other pests that concern you, so that we can establish numbers, trends and hotspots.

 

 

 

 
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​Telephone : 0475 774 558

Email : projects@blackwoodbiosecurity.org.au

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What can we do for you?

 

  • Identify your Pests.

  • Work with you to consider your best control options.

  • On-site and on-farm visits.

  • Devise strategic management plans on landscape scales to include the whole community.

  • Provide access to best practice equipment, expert advice and training, subsidised chemicals and control materials.

  • Workshops, demonstrations and field days.

  • Link you to funding opportunities as they arise.