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Pesticide Use

Yass Valley Council has several chemicals it uses and what weeds they control including:

  • Flupropanate products for the control of Serrated Tussock, African Lovegrass, Chilean Needle Grass, Coolatai Grass and other exotic perennial grass weeds.
  • Glyphosate for the control of exotic, perennial grass weeds in addition to the non-selective control of general weeds around guideposts, signs, under guardrails and in urban situations.
  • Roundup bioactive, or alternative aquatic approved Glyphosate formulation, for the non-selective control of weeds in aquatic situations.
  • Metsulfuron-methyl products for the control of woody weeds, including but not limited to Sweet Briar, Blackberry, St John’s Wort and Scotch/English Broom.
  • MCPA or Dicamba formulations for the control of Thistles and other broadleaf weeds.

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