Step 7 – Consider costs and funding

If you’re looking to involve your neighbours and community in Area Wide Management, the good news is our research found that a large proportion of residents we surveyed are willing to pay annually to help manage and control Qfly in their towns. In return for their payments, they expected to receive on-property tree management or tree-netting services, less use of pesticides in the farming area in the long-term, and community-wide distribution of traps. Residents have different preferences and ability to pay.

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