2006 Issues of TechLine News

Spring 2006 Issue
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  • Town-county cooperation stops invasive plants: Working successfully with environmentally aware citizens
  • Why is revegetation so frustrating? Weed control in revegetation
  • Canada thistle research: Canada thistle control with fall and spring applied aminopyralid (Milestone specialty herbicide)
  • Mowing combined with herbicide treatments
  • How to calibrate a backpack sprayer for spot treatment applications
  • Predictions could help target areas where weeds would invade

Late Summer 2006 Issue
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  • Thinning sagebrush improves habitat: Sage-grouse, other species benefit from enhanced vegetation diversity
  • Yellow starthistle research: Control of yellow starthistle with aminopyralid (MilestoneTM herbicide)
  • Cooperative weed management areas (CWMAs): Creating success from local involvement and cooperation
  • Cooperation cuts task down to size: Tamarisk control increases water flow, improves habitat

Early Winter 2006 Issue
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  • Natives respond when invasives controlled: Aggressive management yields results in National Parks
  • Extensive diversity may explain control challenge: Genetic diversity within and among invasive populations of yellow toadflax
  • Absinth wormwood research: Control of absinth wormwood with MilestoneTM herbicide
  • Wildlife habitat management returns to right track: Manage for what you want, not for what you don't want
  • Multiple land use creates weed control challenge: Integrated program provides the best solution

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)