2005 Issues of TechLine News

Winter 2005-2006 Issue
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  • Blackfoot Challenge protects watershed: Landowners drive weed management progress
  • Sericea lespedeza threatens tallgrass prairie: Fort Riley aggressively moves to stop invasives
  • Snowmobilers build landowner relations through weed control: Recreationists manage invasives on trails
  • Russian knapweed research: Managing Russian knapweed on western rangelands with aminopyralid (MilestoneTM speciality herbicide)

Fall 2005 Issue
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  • Crew coordination proves right recipe for success: Post-fire cooperation checks spread of invasives
  • New herbicide tool registered for use: Managing noxious weeds on western rangelands with aminopyralid (MilestoneTM Herbicide)
  • Answers to questions about Milestone Herbicide
  • Everyone works toward common goals: Greater Yellowstone area invasives management
Summer 2005 Issue
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  • South Dakota projects succeed: Invasives' management over thousands of acres possible
  • Effect of herbicide treatments on establishment of Dalmatian toadflax within burned forested sites
  • Aminopyralid: A new active ingredient for control of broadleaf invasives and noxious weeds
Winter 2004-2005
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  • Leafy spurge threatens habitat: Integrated management benefits range, sage grouse
  • Comparative herbicide study in riparian area: Research yields management strategies
  • Yellow toadflax management in forest and wilderness: Forest Service managers throw everything at invasives and never quit
  • Research points to management options: Effect of herbicide treatments on Dalmatian toadflax establishment and spread in burned forest sites
  • Public, private, county, forest cooperation succeeds: Forest Service partners to achieve success