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Agribusiness:
Worse than being noxious – it’s a curse!

Noxious weed Paterson’s Curse (Echium plantagineum) has been identified growing on properties in Traralgon.

By Portal Admin - 14th February 2017 - Back to News

It has affected land throughout the new development areas and housing estates near Marshalls Road, and has also been identified in other parts of Traralgon. Paterson’s Curse is a declared a noxious weed throughout Australia and it is every property owner’s responsibility to prevent its growth and spread. It can cause liver damage to all stock, with horses being the most susceptible.

More? Latrobe Council's Environment Sustainability Team 1300 367 700

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