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Bridal Creeper Workshop at August Donnybrook Station Markets

Bridal Creeper Control Demonstrations & "Pop-Up" Workshop Saturday, 21 August at the Donnybrook Station Markets at the BBI/LBG Market Stall

Blackwood Biosecurity Inc is co-hosting, along with the Leschenault Biosecurity Group (LBG), a "pop-up" Bridal Creeper Workshop during the August Donnybrook Station Markets.

Join us for:

  • Hourly demonstrations on "how to mix Bridal Creeper Rust control spray mixture"

  • 10 am - 11am free, informative workshop about Bridal Creeper and effective control strategies

  • Hand-outs of Bridal Creeper Rust spray mixture, while supplies last

If you're in the area, please stop by our stall and join in. Talk to our weeds experts about Bridal Creeper and more!

Bridal creeper is a perennial climbing vine, which can sprawl for several meters, smothering the plants around it. It’s a “Declared Pest” in WA and is nationally recognised as a ‘Weed of National Significance’. This highly invasive weed causes serious problems outcompeting native plants and crops by smothering or preventing germination. Bridal Creeper is dormant from November through most of February. It’s active growing season is from the end of February through October and it flowers from August to September. Optimum treatment time for Bridal Creeper is NOW….through the end of August. For more information on Bridal Creeper, please visit our website at the following link: Controlling Bridal Creeper


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