Pasture Pasture 'weeds' of the NSW Tablelands

Harry Rose, Carol Rose and Clare Edwards.

Department of Primary Industries, Sydney: 2024. 

Octavo, spirally bound, 202 pp. 

Colour photographs, maps, line drawings.

Grasses generally form the bulk of pastures in NSW and are visually obvious. However, there are a large number of non-grass species that are also present such as ferns, sedges, rushes, legumes, daisies and orchids. The purpose of this book is to provide an easy reference guide so they can be recognised and managed appropriately.
The book contains colour photographs and distribution maps for each species and notes on appearance and management, and is divided by colour of flowers.   Each entry has a number photographs of flower and plant in natural habitat.