Trialling the effectiveness of replanting the Endangered Yass daisy under different grazing regimes

Date: 15, Sep, 2021
Author(s): Daniel Florance  

Box gum grassy woodlands are a Critically Endangered ecological community that provides essential habitat for the threatened Yass daisy and other small herbs and grasses. This project is determining how to best restore the Yass daisy within the box gum woodland community. We have been trialling the effectiveness of direct replanting Yass daisy tubestock in woodlands on private property under different livestock grazing management types. The initial establishment of plants has been successful, and the plants will continue to be monitored for the next two years. These findings will inform reintroduction strategies for this and other threatened plant species.