Biggest ever arum lily blitz covers 11,000ha in first year

Updated June 30 2020 - 12:37am, first published June 26 2020 - 1:04am
Under control: Dr Ann Ward in the area where arum lilies have been controlled and revegetation is being undertaken. Photo: Taelor Pelusey

More than 600 participants covered a whopping 11,000ha in the first year of the region's biggest ever attack on arum lily and organisers are now riding that groundswell of support into year two of the program.



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