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Mylor Conservation Park & Environs Roadside Reserves Accessed by Hooper Road and Whitehead Road Report back 4 months after Flail Slashing
Pip Burnett President Mylor Conservation Park DEH Conservation Reserve System
Aug months after May 20 cm Cut
10 cm cut & Woody Shrubs Removed May 2008
Winter regrowth after 10 cm cut Hooper Road woody shrubs removed
Annual grasses regrowth After 10 cm flail slashing regime – August 2008
Gross Road - Yaccas Cut Adds to fuel load
Slashed Yaccas– years and years to regrow
Outcomes Need to maintain native ground covers to reduce annual grasses Need to keep Yaccas, Hakeas and other slow growing icon shrubs in slashing program – Council to instruct contractors.
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