Fees and services—Permit to take, use, keep or interfere with cultural or natural resources for each kilogram - 1,000 to 10,000 seeds in the kilogram of a plant of least concern not mentioned in schedule 4 under the Nature Conservation Act

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Under the Nature Conservation Act 1992, all plant species indigenous to Australia are protected plants. This includes hybrids comprised partly or entirely of protected plants. Protected plants can be used for a range of commercial purposes in Queensland. 'Commercial purposes', under the Nature Conservation Act 1992, generally entail the use of wildlife as part of a business. A licence, permit or authority may be required to use protected plants for a commercial purpose.

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