2000 Issues of TechLine News

January 2000

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  • Advances in aerial application provide you with valuable weed management options
  • Aerial application keys eastern Oregon agencies' integrated weed management efforts
  • DOE aerial application project: Rocky Flats Buffer Zone Weed Management Program
  • A summary of aerial application studies


June (Eastern) 2000
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  • Exotic, invasive plant management information for the eastern U.S.
  • Shenandoah National Park tackles Ailanthus invasion to preserve diversity
  • Evaluation of herbicide tank mixes for low volume basal applications: Managing Ailanthus altissima at Shenandoah National Park
  • Kudzu worth managing for Cherokee National Forest
  • In The Nature Conservancy Marshall Forest Preserve: Escaped ornamentals cause ecological harm in native environment

June 2000
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  • Wilderness and rough terrain weed management possible
  • Largest wilderness in lower 48 tackles weed problem
  • Horseback sprayers key back country weed control success
  • Simplicity works best in rough terrain
  • Short on horsemanship? Get a llama
  • Will there be 21st-century Einsteins?

December 2000
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  • Post-fire opportunities key invasive plant management progress and success
  • Protecting relatively uninfested lands: Reducing weed spread following fire
  • Pre-fire planning insured that the railroad fire turned into an invsive species management opportunity
  • Prepare to handle post-fire weed explosure within two years of a fire
  • Range fire opens door to rush skeletonweed inventory and management
  • The effect of Tordon 22K and Transline on establishment of three range grass species
  • Establishing noxious weed demonstration plots
  • Squarrose knapweed control following a wildfire