There are six species targeted for national eradication under the National Resource Management Ministerial Council's National Cost-Sharing Eradication programs.
These programs map and monitor the full distribution of the species, and coordinate or undertake activities to eradicate that species from Australia. The programs involve extensive community engagement to:
identify infested areas conduct targeted weed surveys for weed control identify research components
The Four Tropical Weeds Eradication program targets:
- Koster's Curse (Clidemia hirta)
- Limnocharis (Limnocharis flava)
- Mikania Vine (Mikania micrantha)
- Miconia (Miconia calvescens, M. racemosa, M. nervosa)