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Consultation draft mesquite national strategy Nov2010 Comment markup

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REVISED MESQUITE NATIONAL STRATEGY TABLE Vision: Mesquite is prevented from ever having an impact in Australia outside of core infestation areas 1. Protect clean areas and eradicate outlier infestations Objectives are: A Investigate mesquite threats and impacts B Protect clean areas and promote early detection of new infestations C Prevent spread D Eradication of isolated and scattered infestations Objectives National Action/s and Tasks Responsibility Performance Indicators (inc. Timing) 1.1 Determine the current and Determine the benefits and costs of CSIRO, DEEDI, Projects initiated, potential threat and impacts of mesquite control for best practice PMMC, universities completed and mesquite management information available (2015) Quantify the potential impacts of Universities, CSIRO Projects initiated, mesquite on the environment and completed and primary production information available (2015) Use risk assessment (landscape CSIRO, regional Projects initiated, modelling) to determine how and groups completed and where mesquite is most likely to information available spread (2015) Document and disseminate current NPBMG, CSIRO, Maps completed & and potential spread information DEEDI, National accessible (Dec 2011) including climate change Coordinator considerations 1.2 Restrict short and long distance Enhance awareness of livestock Local govt., regional >50% landholders using Correspondence address: P.O. Box ...
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REVISED MESQUITE NATIONAL STRATEGY TABLE

Vision: Mesquite is prevented from ever having an impact in Australia outside of core infestation areas

1. Protect clean areas and eradicate outlier infestations
Objectives are:
A Investigate mesquite threats and impacts
B Protect clean areas and promote early detection of new infestations
C Prevent spread
D Eradication of isolated and scattered infestations

Objectives National Action/s and Tasks Responsibility Performance Indicators
(inc. Timing)
1.1 Determine the current and Determine the benefits and costs of CSIRO, DEEDI, Projects initiated,
potential threat and impacts of mesquite control for best practice PMMC, universities completed and
mesquite management information available
(2015)

Quantify the potential impacts of Universities, CSIRO Projects initiated,
mesquite on the environment and completed and
primary production information available
(2015)

Use risk assessment (landscape CSIRO, regional Projects initiated,
modelling) to determine how and groups completed and
where mesquite is most likely to information available
spread (2015)

Document and disseminate current NPBMG, CSIRO, Maps completed &
and potential spread information DEEDI, National accessible (Dec 2011)
including climate change Coordinator
considerations
1.2 Restrict short and long distance Enhance awareness of livestock Local govt., regional >50% landholders using
Correspondence address: P.O. Box 53 Cloncurry Q. 4824
Coordinator: Nathan March Chairperson: Louise Moloney
Ph: 07 47421311 Fax: 07 47421899 Email: nathan.march@deedi.qld.gov.au

movement of mesquite by livestock hygiene protocols and practices for groups, DEEDI, hygiene practices when
and machinery minimising the dispersal of mesquite NRETAS, DAFWA, I&I moving livestock (2012)
seed through livestock transport NSW, SAAL, PIRSA,
PMMC, National
Coordinator

Promote the use of vehicle wash Local govt., DEEDI, Signage in place at all
down facilities and livestock holding NRETAS, DAFWA, I&I new facilities, one media
paddocks at times when mesquite NSW, SAAL, PIRSA, release (annually)
pods are likely to be mature PMMC, National
Coordinator

Maintain border (cross-jurisdictional) DAFWA Number of new outbreaks
quarantine requirements between NT of mesquite (annually)
and WA and consider similar
arrangements in other areas
1.3 Restrict movement of mesquite Increase awareness of native and Local govt., DEEDI, Incorporation into
seed by feral and native animals feral animals as spread vectors for NRETAS, DAFWA, I&I presentations & property
mesquite seed NSW, SAAL, PIRSA, extension (annually
PMMC, National collated)
Coordinator


Encourage containment practices Local govt., DEEDI, Incorporation into
which restrict potential movement of NRETAS, DAFWA, I&I presentations & property
mesquite seed by native and feral NSW, SAAL, PIRSA, extension (annually
animal vectors PMMC, National collated)
Coordinator
1.4 Develop and maintain early Encourage reporting of suspected Local govt., DEEDI, Presentations to
detection and eradication outbreaks and ensure processes are NRETAS, DAFWA, I&I community and media
mechanisms in place for identification, rapid NSW, Vic DPI, articles (annually)
response, delimitation and control PIRSA, SAAL
planning

Build community, industry and Landholders, local Number of outbreaks
Correspondence address: P.O. Box 53 Cloncurry Q. 4824
Coordinator: Nathan March Chairperson: Louise Moloney
Ph: 07 47421311 Fax: 07 47421899 Email: nathan.march@deedi.qld.gov.au

government commitment to ensure govt., DEEDI, actively controlled
early detection and eradication of NRETAS, DAFWA, I&I
outbreaks NSW, Vic DPI,
PIRSA, SAAL,
NPBMG, National
Coordinator



1.5 Coordinate control programs for Develop and use data bases to Local govt., DEEDI, Number & scale of
active management and eradication collate existing information of NRETAS, DAFWA, I&I databases in operation
outcomes infestations (location/size/ density/ NSW, Vic DPI, PIRSA, (annually)
treatment) at property, local SAAL, regional
government, regional and groups.
state/territory levels where
appropriate

Encourage stakeholder syndicates to Local govt., DEEDI, Number & area of active
form for coordinated mesquite control NRETAS, DAFWA, I&I control syndicates
NSW, Vic DPI, PIRSA, (annually)
SAAL, regional
groups, National
Coordinator

Facilitate regional and sub-regional Local govt., DEEDI, Area controlled (ha
mesquite control programs to NRETAS, DAFWA, I&I annually)
address clusters of multiple small to NSW, Vic DPI, PIRSA,
medium scale outlier infestations and SAAL, regional
support these control programs with groups, National
extension campaigns Coordinator

Progress eradication objectives in the NRETAS, I&I NSW, Eradication progress –
Northern Territory, South Australia, Vic DPI, PIRSA, number of sites & status
Victoria and identified regional areas SAAL, regional
of NSW and Qld groups, DEEDI,
Correspondence address: P.O. Box 53 Cloncurry Q. 4824
Coordinator: Nathan March Chairperson: Louise Moloney
Ph: 07 47421311 Fax: 07 47421899 Email: nathan.march@deedi.qld.gov.au

National Coordinator.
1.6 Undertake strategic surveillance Undertake monitoring of treated Landholders, local List of project areas
and follow-up control of treated areas areas and advise land managers of govt., DEEDI, under monitoring (annual
treatment options NRETAS, DAFWA, reporting)
SAAL, PMMC,
CSIRO, National
Coordinator

Maintain mesquite-free areas through Local govt., DEEDI, Number of new outbreaks
awareness, identification training and NRETAS, DAFWA, found & controlled
early detection capability SAAL, PMMC,
National Coordinator

Correspondence address: P.O. Box 53 Cloncurry Q. 4824
Coordinator: Nathan March Chairperson: Louise Moloney
Ph: 07 47421311 Fax: 07 47421899 Email: nathan.march@deedi.qld.gov.au

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