8. References and Links

References

Almquist TL and RG Lym. 2010. Effect of Aminopyralid on Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense) and the Native Plant Community in a Restored Tallgrass Prairie. Invasive Plant Science and Management 3(2):155-168. Also available at http://techlinenews.com/articles/2013/1/25/comparison-of-greenhouse-to-native-grown-wildflowers-for-milestone-herbicide-tolerance

Bockenstedt, Paul. 2014 personal communication. Ecologist/Project Manager at Santec, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota.

Douglass C, JD Vassios, S Nissen, VF Peterson. 2011. Rangeland Grass species tolerance to pre-plant applications of aminopyralid and aminocyclopyrachlor. In B McCloskey (Ed), Proceedings of the Western Society of Weed Science, Volume 64. Spokane, Washington, USA 7-10 March 2011. Abstract also available at: http://techlinenews.com/articles/2012/12/30/rangeland-grass-species-tolerance-to-pre-plant-applications-of-aminopyralid-and-aminocyclopyrachlor

Duncan CA and JK Clark eds. 2005. Invasive Plants of Range and Wildlands and Their Environmental, Economic and Societal Impacts. Weed Science Society of America.

Duncan CA. 2011. Overcoming Challenges to Restore Native Tallgrass Prairie. Techline Invasive Plant News. http://techlinenews.com/articles/2012/12/30/overcoming-challenges-to-restore-native-tallgrass-prairie

Duncan CA. 2013. Pheasants Forever: Conserving Wildlife Through Habitat Protection and Restoration. Techline Invasive Plant News http://techlinenews.com/articles/2013/pheasants-foreverconserving-wildlife-through-habitat-protection-and-restoration

Green P, VF Peterson, C Crabtree, T Prather, J Wallace. 2011. Effect of aminopyralid on native forbs and grasses. In Proceedings, Western Soc. of Weed Sci. Vol. 64. P.60.

Halstvedt MB, VF Peterson, RL Becker, RG Lym, and MJ Moechnig. 2011. Native grass establishment with aminopyralid. In Proceedings, Western Soc. of Weed Sci. Vol 64. P. 63.

Lym R, R Becker, M Moechnig and C Duncan. 2011. Native grass establishment following herbicide applications. TechLine Invasive Plant News, 18 Aug 2011. Available online at:  http://techlinenews.com/articles/2012/12/30/native-grass-establishment-following-herbicide-applications

Mikkelson JR and RG Lym. 2013. Effect of Aminopyralid on Desirable Forb Species. Invasive Plant Science and Management 6(1):30-35. 2013. Also available at http://techlinenews.com/articles/mikkelson-2013-ipsm

Pederson, Dennis. 2013. Personal communication; Habitat Forever restoration specialist.

Renz M, M Moechnig, MB Halstvedt. 2012. Establishing wildflowers after herbicide application. Techline Invasive Plant News http://techlinenews.com/articles/2013/1/25/establishing-wildflowers-after-herbicide-application

Sheley, RL and JK Petroff (eds.) 1999. Biology and Management of Noxious Rangeland Weeds. Oregon State Univ. Press.

Tu M, C Hurd, JM Randall. 2001.  Weed Control Methods Handbook: Tools and Techniques for Use in Natural Areas. Available online at: http://www.invasive.org/gist/handbook.html

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This publication provides resources to land managers so they can better understand how and when to integrate herbicides in prairie and grassland management programs.  Information on herbicide use rates, herbicide selectivity on desirable forbs and grasses, seeding guidelines, invasive woody and herbaceous plant control, and other useful tips are provided in this document.

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