Bitou Busters weed The Boulevarde

It threatened rain, but none fell for the 17 Bitou Busters who had a very busy and fruitful morning weeding on The Boulevarde at Winda Woppa.

Ann Woods, Anne Haskew, Jill Madden co-ordinator, Trevor Stevenson, Jacqui Bright, Ken O’Farrell, Michael Richie, Rob Hughes, Greg Stroud, Judy Hughes, Ross Piper, Peter Collins, Gwenda Collins, Adele Richie, Peter Madden, Ian Morphett
Ann Woods, Anne Haskew, Jill Madden co-ordinator, Trevor Stevenson, Jacqui Bright, Ken O’Farrell, Michael Richie, Rob Hughes, Greg Stroud, Judy Hughes, Ross Piper, Peter Collins, Gwenda Collins, Adele Richie, Peter Madden, Ian Morphett

On Saturday 28 May, the Busters filled a dozen or more bags with the aptly named ground weed mother-of-millions.

Another group chased the morning glory vine while a third team tackled the bitou, and everyone else did a combination of all three.

The council has funding to use a specialised team employing the Worimi Bush Regeneration group to complete a large-scale asparagus control program in Winda Woppa – including The Boulevarde area where the Bitou Busters have been working.

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The team has sprayed the asparagus pink so it will be spring before it’s seen how successful their work has been.

Many thanks to all the Bitou Busters who came along to assist with such a great initiative.

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