Declared plant links

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Handy links for information on declared plants in Western Australia.

Information links for declared plants in Western Australia.
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Western Australian Organism List (WAOL)

Database for declared pests, permitted and prohibited organisms in Western Australia. Information on a specific declared pest plant can be sourced through searching this database.

The Western Australian Organism List (WAOL) contains information on the area(s) in which a pest is declared and the control and keeping categories to which it has been assigned in Western Australia.

Declared plant control handbook

Recommendations for the control of declared plants in Western Australia.

Declared plant control table

A list containing links to descriptions and chemical controls for declared plants and a calendar of operation for declared and other trouble plants.

APVMA: Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority

The APVMA is an Australian government statutory authority established in 1993 to centralise the registration of all agricultural and veterinary chemical products into the Australian marketplace. Previously each State and Territory government had its own system of registration.

Off-label APVMA Chemical Permit for Declared Plants

Permit to allow minor use of an agvet chemical product for the control of declared plants in Western Australia.

Permit Number: PER13236.

Off-label APVMA Chemical Permit for Environmental Weeds

Permit to allow minor use of an agvet chemical product for the control of environmental weeds in various situations.

Permit Number: PER13236.

Spraying phenoxy herbicides

Information regarding spraying restrictions when using phenoxy (hormone-like) herbicides in Western Australia.

Biological control for declared plants

Information on the use of biological control agents for declared plants in Western Australia.

The Introduced Flora of Australia and its Weed Status A compendium of plants that have been introduced into Australian and their weed status within Australia.
Weeds of National Significance Information webpage for Weeds of National Significance.
Florabase Database of verified native and exotic plant specimens that have naturalised within Western Australia. Contains names, description, photos and maps.
Wetlands not weedlands
The aquatic weeds presented in this infosheet are banned throughout Western Australia. However, the Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia has found several of them in cultivation, mostly around Perth.

Contact information

Pest and Disease Information Service (PaDIS)
+61 (0)8 9368 3080
Page last updated: Wednesday, 10 August 2016 - 1:41pm