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An invasive and thorny plant taking over grazing properties in north-western New South Wales and beyond.

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IDENTIFICATION Mimosa bush usually grows to a height of around 1 to 1.5 metres.

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Almost every part of the plant contains sharp thorns.It is, in fact, classed as a native plant (despite its supposed origin). Sheep (and goats, camels) tend to keep the plant under control, but over the past 20 years or more changes in land management, reduced sheep numbers and the move into cattle has seen the plant really “take off”. As time progresses, the plants can effectively take over the whole paddock!

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Cattle also find food value in the plant – especially the seed pods. Mustering of livestock becomes very difficult – if not impossible – in areas like these.


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