Friends of Grasslands at Scottsdale

about  Scottsdale Reserve  
on 19 Nov 2014 
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For seven years now the Friends Of Grasslands (FOG) group has returned to Scottsdale in spring to help with the grassland monitoring.

Initially established to look at the effects of cattle grazing African Lovegrass the program has developed to look at the state of African lovegrass over much of the reserve.

The cattle have now gone and the work on this grass is now more about spraying with low rates of fluropropanate (which leaves the kangaroo, spear and red-leg grasses alone) and shading with newly planted trees.

The verdict - African lovegrass is doing well in some areas and not in others - we're working to encourage the latter!

Thank you FOG for your much appreciated and valued support over all these years.

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