WEB P1010791WEB P1010784WEB P1010780WEB P1010792 WEB P1010797WEB P1010802Robert Teng hosted a visit today from Professor Danfeng Huang and Rui Zhang from Shanghai Jiao Tong University along with UNSW doctoral student, Yun Ye.  Professor Huang is a group leader of horticulture in the School of Agriculture and Biology.

Note the extent of weed coverage on the third allotment which is now managed by the Cemetery Trust.  There is extensive coverage of Pampas Grass and Castor Oil Plant which are class 4 weeds under the Noxious Weeds Act 1993 in Randwick Municipality.  This problem could be solved if Crown Lands leased the area to Robert Teng for agriculture.

From Council’s website:  Class 4 (Locally controlled weeds)

Class 4 noxious weeds are plants that pose a threat to primary production, the environment or human health, are widely distributed in an area to which the order applies and are likely to spread in the area or to another area.


(Photos: with Robert Teng, in Bicentennial Park at Market Gardens Interpretation panel, Arthur Phillip monument marking landing on 18th January 1788; Molineux Point).