Bush Regeneration and Weed Control Western Sydney

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Bush regeneration is the practice of restoring natural area bushland in areas where there is native plant resilience, which together with time and intervention such as weed control, will encourage the natural regeneration of local indigenous species. Ecohort specialises in implementing small and large scale bush regeneration and environmentally sympathetic weed control works to protect, rehabilitate and enhance an area’s native plant population.

Bush regeneration projects Ecohort undertakes include heavy primary weeding work with a range of petrol-driven power hand tools, such as chainsaws, brush-cutters and hedge-trimmers; integrated follow-up and maintenance weeding, including fine hand-weeding; herbaceous weed wick-wiping, and non-selective and selective herbicide spraying.

Ecohort also undertakes weed spraying & target weeding of noxious and environmental weeds in bushland and other open space situations. We have vehicle-mounted petrol-engine-driven, hand-held hose set-ups, with a 4 metre wide boom spray attachment, and back-pack sprayers.

Our project managers, site supervisors and senior staff have extensive experience in managing and implementing a variety of bush regeneration and weed control projects, as well as having TAFE bush regeneration qualifications, and being members of the Australian Association of Bush Regenerators (AABR). We have most expertise in the regeneration of plant communities in western Sydney, but have experience and the capacity to undertake works in the greater Sydney region, including the Illawarra and Sydney’s north-shore.