Weed Management (Principles and Best Practice)
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Level 4

CFS427 Weed Management (Principles and Best Practice)

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  • Course code


  • Locations and dates

    Off Campus:

    26 July 2024
    Course opens for study 26 July. WORKSHOP 31 July-1 Aug, RANGIORA
    2 November 2024
    Course opens for study 2 Nov. WORKSHOP 6-7 November - THAMES
  • Fees

    Tuition: 182.00
    Student levy: 10.00
  • Credits


This course will provide an overview of the impact of weeds and weed management practices.

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Learn about strategic planning and surveillance as it applies to managing weeds in a conservation setting. A range of monitoring methods will be taught.

This programme includes classroom and field activities.  

You will cover:

  • Weed control context
  • Weed process and best practice
  • Resources available for weed management
  • Surveillance
  • Weed plan overview
  • Weed control methods
  • Monitoring and reporting

Pre-course information on what you will need to bring to the workshop will be provided on the application.

This may include details of a site or project you have been or plan to be involved with for weed management.

Please take note of the workshop dates as they differ from the course start date. Also, online enrolments for our courses close on the course start date.

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