Capertee National Park Revegetation Trial

Trial undertaken between 2013 and 2016 to evaluate the effectiveness of different tree guards and other treatments on a floodplain site formerly used for grazing. Survival rates were poor (~10% after 2 years) due to weeds, animal impacts and dry conditions. However, medium-sized guards (45 cm high Corflute) had the highest survival rate of any treatment. Full details at: