Answer 12 questions for a chance to win $200. Please consider the impact on the environment when decorating for this holiday season and avoid using material from invasive plants that can spread by seed or other plant parts!
Less common to land managers are ornamental cultivars of knotweed that can become problematic in garden and wildland settings. The following descriptions include several knotweed cultivars that are available for sale on gardening websites, making it important for invasive plant managers to be able to identify these species.
Results of 60 years of ecological research on Pennsylvania electric transmission rights-of-way demonstrate that plant communities can be selectively managed to support reliable electric service and a diverse plant community for wildlife.
Do you have questions about the difference between Garlon® 3A and Garlon 4 Ultra, and when or how to use these products for woody plant control? Find answers here.
Answer true or false questions about techniques described in the article, Cleaning and Winterizing Herbicide Sprayers.
Research conducted in Wyoming and Nebraska studied the effectiveness of various herbicides and application timing on Russian olive regrowth following mechanical removal.
Join NAISMA for its 2014 Conference in Fargo, North Dakota on September 29th-October 1st, 2014.
The 2014 Upper Midwest Invasive Species Conference will be held in scenic Duluth, Minnesota on October 20-22, 2014.