GENERAL WEED INFORMATION
The Mornington Peninsula Shire has produced the Mornington Peninsula Weed Guide with general advice regarding common local weed species.
Karamu is an invasive weed from New Zealand which is incredibly invasive in the Main Ridge, Red Hill and Flinders areas. It can be easily confused with Muttonwood, which is a relatively rare, indigenous plant. Download our Karamu Lookalikes Brochure for more information and be sure you’re certain before you start removing Karamu plants. Main Creek Catchment Landcare has also produced an informative video with tips on telling the difference between Karamu and Indigenous species and advice on controlling small and large infestations.
MORNINGTON PENINSULA LANDCARE NETWORK WEED CALENDAR
The Mornington Peninsula Landcare Network Weed Calendar is now available FREE to all current and future Mornington Peninsula Landcare members. It shows control methods and timing for over 30 of our most common environmental weeds. Available at your next Landcare event. The calendar can also be purchased by non-members for $15. Production of the Mornington Peninsula Landcare Network Weed Calendar was supported by the Port Phillip and Westernport Catchment Management Authority through the National Landcare Program funding.