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Nimble News 22 March 2023

Help Save Perth's Urban Forest

Polyphagous shot-hole borer (PSHB) has been detected in the Perth Metropolitan area. PSHB can cause tree dieback and death and may significantly reduce canopy tree coverage in Perth’s Urban Forest.

An information seminar is being held by Arboriculture Association of Western Australia (ArbWest) and DPIRD, 29 March 6.30pm, at the WA Wildlife Education and Training Centre, Bibra Lake.

Open to the Arboriculture, Landscape and Horticulture industries and the Public. Everyone is encouraged to attend and learn more about this significant threat to Perth’s Urban Forest. Bookings essential.


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We hope that this has been of some assistance.


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