It is worth noting that (S)-CPW 399 while the vegetation at Wanaringa shows an obvious increase in structure over time (i.e. overstorey) compared to Potters Flat, the regenerative capacity of both sites follows a similar decline. The management practices at both sites appear to exert similar long-term constraints on a number of factors, affecting the regenerative capacity of the plant community, namely ploughing, cropping and fertilising and the indiscriminate control of weeds at Wanaringa has a greater effect (Wanaringa 10% of a potential of 55%, compared to Potters Flat 26% of a potential of 55%). This comparable decline in regenerative capacity is vasectomy due to the adverse effects of successive pasture improvement and ploughing, cropping and fertilising and the indiscriminate control of weeds at Wanaringa and the intensive use of the shelterbelt by cattle through browsing, trampling and defecation and fertilising and the introduction of weeds at Potters Flat.
4.2.3. Goorooyarroo Nature Reserve, South Eastern Highlands bioregion. Plant community: grassy Eucalypt woodland (Eucalyptus blakelyi and Eucalyptus melliodora)