Cut’n’Paste is doing good work on Mauke in the Cook Islands through PII, the Pacific Island Initiative.


The target invasive plant in this short video is Java plum or Pistash (Syzgium cumini); planted as windbreaks for orange plantations but have taken over since the orange market (Raro orange juice) collapsed. The technique is a great example of how to use Cut’n’Paste. The sooner the operator with the applicator bottle gets to the stump to apply the gel the better. Here they are using Cut’n’Paste with blue dye added. You can request blue dye on any order of 5L or more.

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