Magpie Goose Integrated Pest Management Report released

For growers who struggle with damage to their crops from magpie geese, Charles Darwin University’s Dr Hamish Campbell and Amélie Corriveau have released an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) report.

Mango growers may remember hearing about the PhD project over the past couple of years. The project is a partnership between Charles Darwin University, Australian Mangoes, Hort Innovation, NT Farmers and the NT Government.

The newly released report is brief and practical. Although it’s based on work in local mango orchards, it is well worth a read for growers of other crops.

More information

View the magpie goose IPM report online.

Last updated: 28 September 2020

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