Proceedings
The Saltcedar Management Workshop
June 12, 1996

Marriott's Rancho Las Palmas Resort
Rancho Mirage, California

Sponsored by
University of California Cooperative Extension,
Imperial County and UC Davis
and the
California Exotic Pest Plant Council

Joe DiTomaso and Carl E. Bell, Editors

Sean Furniss, HTML Editor and Webmaster

Written copies of the proceedings are available. To order a copy, send a check payable to the Ag Extension Trust Fund for $10.00 per copy to Carl E. Bell, Cooperative Extension, 1050 E. Holton Rd., Holtville, CA 92250.


Table of Contents

Preface

Organizing Committee

Cooperators

Papers Presented

 

Origin, history and current range of saltcedar in the U.S.
Roland deGouvenain, Bureau of Land Management, North Palm Springs, CA
Identification, biology and ecology of saltcedar.
Joseph M. DiTomaso, University of Califomia, Davis, CA
Saltcedar impacts on salinity, water, fire frequency, and flooding.
William D. Weisenbom, Bureau of Reclamation, Boulder City, NV
A brief overview of the impact of tamarisk infestation on native plants and animals.
Jeffrey E. Lovich, National Biological Service, North Palm Springs, CA
Partnerships and volunteers for control of saltcedar.
Roland deGouvenain, Bureau of Land Management, North Palm Springs, CA and Bruce West, Bureau of Land Management, Barstow,
Guidelines for recruiting volunteers.
Bill Neill, Desert Protective Council, Anaheim, CA
Chemical control of saltcedar (Tamarix ramosissima).
Nelroy E. Jackson, Monsanto Company, Corona, CA
The use of prescribed fire and mechanical removal as means of control of tamarisk trees.
Mark C. Jorgensen, Califomia State Parks, Borrego Springs, CA
Biological control of saltcedar in southem Califomia.
C.J.DeLoach, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Temple TX, Michael J. Pitcaim and Dale Woods, CDFA Biological Control Program, Sacramento, CA
Integrated weed management: concept and practice.
R. Anthony Chavez, Bureau of Land Management, Barstow, CA
Decision criteria for developing saltcedar management programs.
Curtis E. Deuser, National Park Service, Boulder City, NV
Obtaining the right permits.
Nelroy E. Jackson, Monsanto Company, Corona, CA and Carl E. Bell, University of Califomia Cooperative Extension, Holtville, CA
Invasive weed control and the need for section 404 Clean Water Act permits: the dual role of the Army Corps of Engineers.
Eric D. Stein, US Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles, CA
An approach to site restoration and maintenance for saltcedar control.
Thomas B. Egan, Bureau of Land Management, Barstow, CA
Saltcedar management: a success story.
Curtis E. Deuser, National Park Service, Boulder City, NV

Participant list

The list of participants is not included in the internet version


Additional Information

Proceedings Of The Saltcedar Management Workshop, September 17-18, 1996, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Conference proceedings hosted by the National Invasive Species Information Center